That's an interesting looking gun, although I still wonder about adjusting for point of impact? Have you shot it?
All of my 3 3/4" barreled Rugers would shoot pretty good if the front sight was about 1/2 the height I think.
I don't know about fitting in a holster, you might ask SOUTHERNGUNNER since he's making them and I know he's made holsters for other Ruger models.
I shoot it a lot. It's zeroed for 25 yards with a Beartooth 265 grain WFNGC at 1000 fps.
I just can't see the fixed sights on the Vaqueros and Colt clones anymore. So Alan Harton professionally fit the rear S&W adj sight and made a custom front sight base and patridge blade. He also gave it the best, smoothest action and crisp trigger break I have ever
felt on a new model Ruger SA revolver.
He also added a free-spin pawl, reamed the throats to .4525", fit the Ruger factory birdshead grip, a Colt style crescent ejector rod button and a black powder chamfer to the cylinder face.
For me, its the perfect little packin pistol and fits me like a glove. I don't recommend a birdshead grip for the large frame 45's and the heavy 30k psi loads you see in the reloading manuals, but this looks great and shoots great.
Before I sent the Montado to Alan, I couldn't keep 6 shots on a 12 inch pie plate at 15 yards. Now it shoots one hole groups at that distance and hovers around 1" at 25 yards.
I do need a hoslter for it, though, and the 32 H&R mag Single Six that Alan made up for me as the Montado's little brother.