Took my brand new sixgun to the range. 25 degrees and snowing. 25 yards from a rest I could get 3 or 4 shot groups within 1 1/2" but the rest would open it up to 5 to 7". New Speer 250gr factory, 255gr RNFP with 8.0 Unique, 255gr RNFP 9.0 Unique, 200gr plated SWC 8.6gr Unique and 250gr Winchester
factory cowboy ammo was used. I'm not sure if a steady diet 9.0 is too much for the new style Vaq but thats what I load for my friends old style BH, and that's what I had on hand. All loads were about 1 1/2 to 3 1/2 inches left and 3 to 4 inches low. I moved up to 30 feet. As would be predictable the groups tightened up and moved half way up and to the right toward
the bullseye. I was a little disappointed in the accuracy and the POI being as left as it was then I shot a 30 foot group with the SWC's that had five touch in a large jagged hole and the six opened the group up to 1 1/2 inches, POI was 7/8" left and 2 1/8" low. I felt better. Gun is clean and ready to go again. I took 8 thousands off the front sight not wanting to go very far at all till I get back to the range. I'm hoping the Vaq will group all the ammo a bit better after a break in. It is a nicely done revolver. The safety warning on the bottom of the barrel is genius and the new proportions are very comfortable for my hand, fit and finish is as nice as any of my other rugers. Will keep you posted. Picture is in the show me section. Lister.