· Since 03-15- 2002
I didn’t run a whole lot through the 92 because I failed to bring a brass drift and hammer.
I had to dial the sight all the way left windage to zero. Need to split the difference a bit by moving the front sight. It’s not a critical thing but I like things symmetrical, and I’m not jazzed about being at max on windage one way or the other.
I got good POI movement from the adjustments and the sight picture was good with all 3 aperatures.
I also need to get on developing a load for this gun. From the limited amount of experience I have with it, it seems to like the stout 158 grain jacketed loads for best accuracy. I shot mild 38’s to verify on paper and some mid range 158 grain LSWC.
The 5 shot group with the 158 lead is okay but not much to brag about at 25 yards.
Plinked a bit. No issues on the 8” round plate at 25 yards and the standard steel sillouhette was a piece of cake at 50 yards. Hit at 100 about 50% of the time. 100 is where the proper load work will pay off I’m sure.
All in all I’m very happy with the sight.
P.S. ran 20 rounds through the 45-70. How hard it hits steel at 100 and 150 is impressive.