Holy crap. I can't believe how much fun this gun is to shoot. I had a huge grin on my face the whole time I was shooting it. Now I understand why people love these big-caliber monsters. I can't wait to buy some really hot loads and try them out.
My dad tagged along with me for the range trip. We only shot about 25 rounds, as a 50-round box cost me $50 (!!!!). We were shooting shotgun shells at 20-25 yards no problem. Well, he
had no problem - I was more hit or miss, but I could tell that I was pulling every once in awhile slightly to the right. I had the same problem when I first started shooting my 1911. The trigger pull was also a little on the heavy side for a single-action, but thankfully Ruger single-action triggers are easy to lighten the pull on.
All in all, I'm pretty sure that I have a new favorite gun for the time being. If only the ammo wasn't so darn expensive . . .
Can I get pic with her in the holster. I may be interested in the holster if you decide to sell it.
And yes, I would be willing to sell it.