My LCR 357 requires a sight picture which puts most of the front blade above the rear sight to place shots in the center of target at 15 yards. I'm using 357 158gr rounds. Attached is the sight picture from the LCR manual page 25. The red arrow is the "traditional" view, top of the blade even with the top of the rear sight as recommended by Ruger. The yellow box and arrow represent the view to place shots in the center of the circle. The blade extends well above the gap. Of course the sights are completely unadjustable. One option I have considered is grind off the top of the front sight. I was wondering what others experience with their LCRs?