My New Ruger Wrangler

Discussion in 'Ruger Rimfire Forums' started by ifithitu, Feb 18, 2020.

  1. RMeiner

    RMeiner New Member

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    I picked up the black one last year and have put around 700 rounds through it. Really like it, fun to shoot.
     
  2. BLACK RIFLE REVIEWS

    BLACK RIFLE REVIEWS Active Member

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    I really like mine.
     

  3. SGW Gunsmith

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    So, how do .22 rimfire rounds print to the grooved read rear and fixed front sight? Any Kentucky windage needed?
     
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  4. rugertoter

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    At around 35 feet, windage is no issue for me, and if I have just a tad of the front sight above the rear, I am pretty much on for elevation...that is with HV ammo. I have not ran any standard velocity through it yet.
     
  5. BLACK RIFLE REVIEWS

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    I have had about the same results as you. I shot some standard velocity and it printed about the same. I shot a coyote with it. It was loaded with the CCI Velocitor 40 grain copper-plated HP as he was 10 yards from my ladder stand he dropped after about two spins. 59.jpg
     
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  6. SGW Gunsmith

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    Thanks for your response. It's always good to read an "honest" review from those who own these revolvers. I'll bet it would be fun using #12 Federal shot loads in one of those while riding around on our "empire" cutting grass and shooting chipmunks, and or snakes.
    Must be a popular revolver right now as the distributor I deal with is OOS, and they are in Arizona, a bus ride away from Ruger.
     
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  7. SGW Gunsmith

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    Bwahahahahahahah! Went up 4-bucks since post #11.

    Quote: "The Burnt bronze caught my eye and I decided to make a purchase it was $195.00 out the door".