Yes, shoot it first, by all means. If it doesn't shoot well with , then possibly look at options.... or loads. What I was after was whether the holes appeared to be drilled by one drill or six. Just curiousity as it seems we have an unending discussion on how Ruger now drills cylinder holes .If the gun is shooting to your liking and not leading, then I doubt it really matters if there is a variance. If the gun isn't shooting to your expectations or it's leading severely, then I would look to have the throats opened up/uniformed.