There are a half dozen ranges I've been to in Northern Virginia, but the NRA Headquarteres range is my favorite. As usual , die hards get there an hour before opening so I get on the wait list - I don't mind the wait - that's typical on a Saturday or Sunday morning. Of course, I always get there earlier if my son does not want to go, but today he did, so we got there arond 11:00 and had to wait over an hour. Like I sad, I don't mind, because I get a kick out of watching others shoot. At the NRA range, all of the 15 booths are in view from the waiting area. If you've never been there before and get on the wait list, why not go upstairs and check out the NRA Firearms musem? ITS FREE and you can see the whole thing within an hour. Anyway, I just got a 7 1/2" magna ported barrel Ruger Super Redhawk chambered in 44 magnum. Bought it used with a Bushnell 3-6x38 Elite 3200 series handgun scope. Had to plan ahead to maximize my one hour range time and consider that my son wanted to shoot our AR15 while we were there. So I only had a half hour to evaluate the Super Redhawk. Ammo: 44 magnum Lellier & Bellot 240 grain Soft Point. Started out from standing position, two handed, Single Action, iron sights shooting a target at only ten feet - both my son and I met the objective, hit inside a 4" circle, so we moved to 30 feet, shot bench rested. I had better results at that distance, so then we mount the scope. Looks like Bushnell does not make the scope I have any more, but that makes sense if the previous owner bought it back when they bought the gun. The serial number of the Ruger SRH indicates it was made sometime in 2001. I mounted the scope and zeroed it using a laser boresight, also by Bushnell. The boresight is only intended to get your first shots on paper, but at 30 feet I was impressed with its accuracy - it was close to zero. Long story short, my bench rested shots were all on target even to 75 feet. I say bench rested but actually I only supported my right wrist. I know the gun is capable of 4" groupings to 150 yards; so that's my goal eventually. This First Day was just to have fun with my new (to me) toy. One day all of my guns will go to my son, so we have this bond and its good quality time with him. But my son understands his Daddy willl want to go back to the range by himself next time. No distractions, no other guns, just bringing the Super Redhawk and a Ruger GP100 so if anything goes wrong I'll still have something fun to shoot at the range. The next time I go I will take better notes, mark up my targets and post them here. Being ported, the 7 1/2 " barrel still produced some kick, but easily handled. Did not hurt my hand at all. The added weight from the scope lessens the recoil even more. Very pleased with the rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation and when I had the rear sights adjusted for elevation there was just enough room to mount the scope and still have clearance. Only negative was when I told my son to shoot double action - he pulled the trigger smoothly, but too slow, so the safety transfer bar prevented effective hammer contact to the firing pin. I showed him a slightly faster trigger pull and the pin fired every time. The stainless steel finish and the rubber grips with inlaid wood add beauty to the rugged frame. I love this gun! Ruger Rocks!