I have one shoots ok for me. don't have a lot to compare it to though. I like the fact that I can load six and carry it. also it has the gun lock built in. Chocolatehauler
thanks TOR!! Nice to hear from you again! That rear sight is just a groove, right? how would you have modified the sight? Thanks!I own a couple of them that are probably sold to a gentleman that enjoys the cowboy type shooting. Both guns are accurate and have never had a problem. Would be nice if they had been offered with nice adjustable sights. Would modify the rear sight groove if I kept them.
As we get older having a wider opening in the rear sight often helps to see the front sight better. With the old style single actions that have a simple groove cut in the top strap many assume there is nothing that can be done. Using a mill with a small end or ball mill the groove can be opened a few thou and when done right it is never noticed by anyone but the shooter. A good smith makes opening the groove look like the original factory.
Ohhh- shiny nickle plated!! Very pretty!! I'm still on the lookout for a 45lc Gaucho - I just got a 357 7" blue gaucho from GB that should be coming in to our ffl this week! I love shooting SAA- They are so well balanced....Thanks for the beautiful pictures of yours!!I have asset that I won't get rid of. They are some of my favorite SAs I've had mine about 3 yrs. They are excellent shooters.
Taurus 1972, check on Gunbroker, and Gunsamerica, their are some listed once in a while. Heres a pic of mine with they're newer cousin