I was up early this morning and around 8 am I decided it was a good time to do some target shooting since it was fairly cool outside. I had some 8x11 target sheets that had 2" circles numbered 1 to 10 that were designed for trigger and sight practice. I used my MKIV 22, Heritage 22lr 4.5" and 6" revolvers. The 4.5" had the magnum cylinder loaded with shot shells and I really wasn't impressed with the shot shell because it spreads so much and the shot is pin point size which makes me wonder how good would it be for killing a snake. This Heritage still shoots left and is one gun I should have sent back to the factory but the 1 yr. warranty expired. The 6" shoots okay but the crappy groove rear for a sight isn't that great. If I could sell these without having to give them away they would be gone. The MKIV is accurate and easy to sight in target. Needless to say the target looked like a pin cushion from the 22lr rounds. I do like this gun. Some say the stock trigger is to heavy but I have no problem with it. While at it I figured it was a good time to shoot up some reloads in my Bulldog 44 special. I was making holes where the bulls eye was from 10 yard freehand hold. I shot 100 rounds and this gun is a pleasure to shoot. Had an enjoyable morning punching paper.