Decided to add to my non-existent revolver collection with a stainless Ruger Bisley in 45 Colt, 5.5" barrel. I have a 7.5" that I converted from a Blackhawk but like the shorter barrel and stainless steel. Anyhow... In reading up, I seem to understand that the cylinder throats (amongst other issues) are not where they should be on factory Ruger S/A revolvers. Can anyone tell me from experience if reaming the throats to .452" - .4525" as done by Bowen, Clement and others, has a practical impact on a hunting gun's accuracy? I don't expect to drive nails with this thing. It will be a woods gun for deer inside 50 yards and close range black bear (less than 20 yards).