About that whole scratch and dent thing...
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    Default About that whole scratch and dent thing...

    Do they all shoot like this?
    11568target by awp101, on Flickr
    BA6 by awp101, on Flickr

    Shots 1-4 were from dialing in the dot and me trying to figure out a good, comfortable cheek weld while resting the forearm. Yes it's only 25m but it's also my first time with an AR pistol so I see potential...
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    While the SAA is no longer a first line defensive handgun, a light powerful revolver that points like the finger of God cannot be discounted.

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    awp101, looks like a great rifle, oops, pistol. Just because the barrel is short doesn't mean it short on accuracy. Looks like you will have lots of fun.
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    I have the same barrel. Have taken two deer at 80 yards with it. As Xman said don't sell it short so to speak.

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    +1... shorter barrels are characteristically more accurate in certain aspects.

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    Oh my! Just think how it would be to SBR it and put a real butt stock on it..

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    I thought about going SBR with it but as it sits it will do most of what I wanted a short setup for without the extra paperwork.

    I had an idea of what to expect accuracy-wise because my buddy swears by his 18" Bison. What I wasn't sure of was if a pistol set up and I could work together comfortably. Looks like that concern may have been settled.
    I aim to misbehave

    While the SAA is no longer a first line defensive handgun, a light powerful revolver that points like the finger of God cannot be discounted.

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    Class III taste on a Jennings budget.


 

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