Ruger super Blackhawk

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Well just paid for a ruger super blackhawk hunter with a 7.5 barrel. Just wondering if anyone has experience with a pistol scope on one. Which one did you choose and why? Is variable power worth the extra money or just go with a fixed power scope? Maybe just a red dot. I plan on running some hot loads through it so it’s got to be durable. Also a good holster suggestion is welcomed. ABAACC90-1225-4BCC-9E6A-B403B5C4A513.jpeg 2D57309C-9B3C-4962-A502-D8710CDC7DE6.jpeg
 
Friend has one with a 1x Leupold on it and she's deadly with it, myself I never could use pistol scope well. Anyway I have seen it go literally thousands of rounds with no adjustments or problems
 
I found any large heavy Ruger especially with a scope, was far more comfortable for me, in a some kind of chest rig.

I also found my adventures with a handgun scope were disappointing in any hand-held standing upright posture. Without some kind of actual physical rest such as 'shooting sticks' etc, I was unable to hold on target for more than a millisecond. The higher the power the more obvious my flawed position and uncontrollable wobble. Even the nifty 2-7 & 1.5-5 rigs I struggled to use proved to be unworkable for me.

Odd that red dot seems to not plague like this, and I don't understand how I used to be decent at the IHMSA steel out to 200 yards with just iron sights.
Good luck with your project.
 
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Mr .41 is giving good advise, You need low power. Variable is fine , cause if you have a rest to steady you you can use higher power settings, But i would not have a pistol scope That has a low end of over 1.5. I don't think anybody makes a true 1 power anymore , but remember Your Shaking will be magnified buy the power of your scope. a 4 power scope magnifies your shaking x4.. Red dots are cool. Leupold is never a bad choice, Weaver makes good handgun scopes and can be had from Natchez shooters supply...tj
 

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