Please be aware that your revolver is deliberately designed to shoot low at most distances. In order to raise your point of impact, either hold your revolver over your point of aim or very slightly file down the front sight. Use extreme CAUTION when filing the front sight as too much filing could raise your point of impact. This condition CAN NOT be corrected if you over file your sight. So please be careful.
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- What ammunition can I use with my Rough Rider 32 cal revolver?
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- My Big Bore locks up, what do I do?
- How do I install a Fiber on my adjustable sight Rough Rider?
- How do I clean the silver satin finish on my Rough Rider?
- How do I adjust the point of aim on my Big Bore Rough Rider (.357, 44-40, .45) calibers?
- How do I adjust my adjustable sight Rough Rider?
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- Can I use a 9 shot cylinder in my 6 shot Rough Rider?
- Can I change my Rough Rider barrel to a different size barrel?