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protoolman

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I just think all .327's should come with adjustable sights. Otherwise a very nice gun.
 

Neezer

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G2 asked if the ruger 327 model number 8165 is a new release. It is not, it was a special run that has already been released and now seems to b hard to find
 

needsmostuff

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protoolman said:
I just think all .327's should come with adjustable sights. Otherwise a very nice gun.

For sure ,,,, or at least a dovetail front.
327 loads and reloads can and do run the full spectrum that no fixed sight can cover. That is if you really want to shoot it past 25 feet.
I'm too cranky to deal with constant Kentucky guesstimation.
 

Rocdoc

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Disenting opinion: hand guns, especially SAs, have no business carying sights. ALL proper rifles must have sighgts! Handguns, No
 

needsmostuff

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Rocdoc said:
hand guns, especially SAs, have no business carying sights.

Well we all do have opinions but to me that depends on if the handgun is to be pointed ,,,,, or aimed. 20 feet or 100 yards?
Single actions do come from a distant past but there is no reason they have to remain a primitive, or imprecise tool.
 

Rocdoc

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Elmer could gun deer at 5-600 yards with a Colt SA he wrote. John Wayne could bust somebody off the top of a mountain at long range. Yep even I have more SA revolvers with sights than not, all a lot of fun with both, liking the shortie 3.75 barrels lately
 

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