Kirmdog wrote:Being new to bullseye shooting I have been using a HS Sharpshooter that I purchased back in the early 70's. It was made in Hamden and has the ussual removable barrel. I know that I can replace the barrels with one from a higher grade HS because I have a friend that had an extra barrel for his (Citatiion I believe) that I have used on my Sharpshooter. I'm currently shooting in the 250's with this gun out of 300 with the original barrel, would changing barrels in this gun make much differance or were the frames of these cheaper guns made to looser tolorances that the higher grade target guns? I don't have access to my friends barrel any more so I can not try his to see for myself.
Kirmdog wrote:Thanks for the info guys. I'm shooting iron sights and think I will continue to shoot this HS for the time being. I'll start looking around for a better rim fire target gun for the future. I always liked the S&W 41's and I'm sure that it would shoot better than my $90 (when new) beginer target gun.
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