First serious shooting with my NM ruger single six.
Taped a couple of 25 yard targets on my plywood backrest, and carried it to the back of my little .77 acre. Did two cylinders on top target and one cylinder on bottom target. Gun shooting pretty consistent in azimuth but for sure low in elevation. I down loaded the Ruger manual so I'll check and see which way to turn the screw for up and take her back out. Once I get that zeroed in, I'll get me a rest and my shooting table and get really serious. These little 22's are so fun to shoot, still, and I'm 62 nearly 63. The trigger pull was excellent and I estimate it to be around 3 pounds. I have a Smith and Wesson K-22 made in 1957 and the Ruger trigger on my 1993 Single Six is real close to the Smith. Ruger for business, Smith for show at least my 57 Smith. One thing I can still do with the Smith is sit on my deck on the back of the house and kill coke cans at the back of my little .77 acre yard. I love that I live in the country and can do what I just described to you, anytime without any hassle. Don't shoot at night for the sake of my nearby neighbors. Rember what we said as Scouts, "always be prepared".