I had a guy give me guff for shooting my .45 Blackhawk at an 8'' gong on the 100 yd. range at Big Hollow. He'd brought a new black hunting rifle/scope combo and two boxes of ammo, with the intent of sighting it in today. The guy was shooting at 6'' paper pie plates.
After his second trip down range to check his targets(Maggie's Drawers. He was shooting into the dirt and to the left a foot.) and unhappy with his results, he barked at me to take my revolver over to the pistol range where it belongs. Hearing me smack the gong with lead from a 4-5/8'' barrel must've really grated on his nerves. I told him I didn't have a rifle that needed sighting in today... that I'm happy right where I'm at.
The next time he checked his targets, he turned on his heal, walked back to the firing line to pack his gear up and leave.
Another shooter went down range later on. He checked over the rifleman's remaining targets, plucked one off the board and brought it over to me laughing.
"...and here I thought he was shooting into the dirt."
With snubbies, I also like them equipped with laser sights zeroed in at 50'.