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This is a discussion on Ruger New Model Single-Six 32 H&R Magnum within the Range Reports forums, part of the Firearm Forum category; Originally Posted by Walkingwolf About as much as a Smith model 19 was built to withstand the pressures of a 357 mag of excessive use. ...


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Old August 14th, 2019, 08:20 PM   #31
 
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About as much as a Smith model 19 was built to withstand the pressures of a 357 mag of excessive use. IOW it's up to you how you use the gun, you don't have to beat it to death with constant use of VERY high pressure ammo. 44 mag, and 357 mag are 35K SAAMI 327 is 45K.

You roll the dice.
Thanks for your response. I understand your comparison with the S&W K Frame. IMO a Ruger Single Action is a much stronger revolver. Best wishes!



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Old August 17th, 2019, 03:58 PM   #32
 
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The new sight corrected the POI issues. Quite happy with the performance of the gun, although today I was not on my game. Targets shot at 25yds. Combination of Federal 85 gr. JHP and Hornady 80 gr. Critical defense. Group on the left is both loads showing the slightly different point of impact.

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And a link to an article in the latest edition of American Handgunner:

https://americanhandgunner.com/handg...mine-a-bisley/

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The new sight corrected the POI issues. Quite happy with the performance of the gun, although today I was not on my game. Targets shot at 25yds. Combination of Federal 85 gr. JHP and Hornady 80 gr. Critical defense. Group on the left is both loads showing the slightly different point of impact.

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And a link to an article in the latest edition of American Handgunner:

https://americanhandgunner.com/handg...mine-a-bisley/
What nice looking front sight post on your single six Bisley. Iím definitely gonna order one for mine. Viewing a target 75 feet away through open sights is certainly a challenge for me as well. Good shooting my friend. In my opinion you have proven your point.
Thanks for introducing Fermin Garza and his 2 Dogs front sights to us.

And the article by American Handgunner is a good read.
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Here is another American Handgunner article on Fermin’s sights:

https://americanhandgunner.com/our-e...volver-sights/
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Just got off the phone with Fermin Garza after ordering one of his front sight for my single six Bisley. Great guy and very knowledgeable with the single action revolver. And can also nail them jackrabbits from a 100 yards away too.

Figured I better get a taller front sight after comparing the factory sight on my 32 h&r single six to my 327 fed. single seven.
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Hello Guys! Thanks for all the kind words and your confidence. Just wanted to let you all know that any US Sixgunner is free to call on me if they need advice or help with a sixguns. For example, I will measure your cylinder throats for free save postage. I can also measure your cast bullets and check their actual hardness and see if they are out of round. Don’t put up with sixgun leading. Don’t suffer in silence. I will help you even if you don’t hire me or buy my stuff. Not seeing your sights like you once did? I can custom cut just for your eyes. Give me a shout.
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Thumbs up to you Fermin for reaching out to us. And I’d love to get a hunt with you some day. Jackrabbits beware, lol.
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Hello Guys! Thanks for all the kind words and your confidence. Just wanted to let you all know that any US Sixgunner is free to call on me if they need advice or help with a sixguns. For example, I will measure your cylinder throats for free save postage. I can also measure your cast bullets and check their actual hardness and see if they are out of round. Donít put up with sixgun leading. Donít suffer in silence. I will help you even if you donít hire me or buy my stuff. Not seeing your sights like you once did? I can custom cut just for your eyes. Give me a shout.
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Good to hear from you on this forum, Fermin! Welcome!

For those of you who are not familiar with Fermin Garza, I can also say he is ďgood peopleĒ.
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Thanks Mike. It’s been a great experience to meet with so many Sixgunners around the country.
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Fermin,

Thanks for the help with my .32 Bisley sight. I am really enjoying the sight for my .22 convertible Single Six as well.
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Congrats on the sweet SA Ruger in .32 H&R Magnum...they do have a nice feel to them!
A friend of my wife's has a Ruger SP101 in .327 magnum...it's a sweet shooter and handles the .32 H&R Magnum round as well!
In fact, it's such sweet shooter that a 3" SP101 is on my bucket list as well!
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Congrats on the sweet SA Ruger in .32 H&R Magnum...they do have a nice feel to them!
A friend of my wife's has a Ruger SP101 in .327 magnum...it's a sweet shooter and handles the .32 H&R Magnum round as well!
In fact, it's such sweet shooter that a 3" SP101 is on my bucket list as well!
I have to agree with you. The .32 round has become one of my favorite calibers to shoot. Before I acquired one the .38 special was it. Now I have not shot the 327 round yet and I know it will come with more recoil. Iíd like to compare it to the 38 and 357.
Iím just baffled that the 32 caliber has not taken off in popularity. If your wanting something with less recoil for target shooting or plinking tin cans and varmints, and want more than a 22. The versatility of the .32 is it.
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