First, corrections. My previous post stated the scope on my SHR was 3-6x38. Actuallty it is 2-6x32. Recapping first post (Ruger Super Redhawk's First Day At The Range) http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f66/ruger-super-redhawks-first-day-range-53409/ I was getting on paper and farthest distance that visit was 75 feet. Iron sites very accurate and scope performed well after using laser boresight. I went to the NRA headquarters range yesterday morning. My son did not go with me this time, so I had time to concentrate on determining just how accurate this gun really is. Anyway I changed a couple of things from the last visit - I still had a few rounds of the Lellier & Bellot 240 grain Soft Point, but after running out I figured I'd see how the Super Redhawk would handle the American Eagle Pistol Cartridges 240 grain JHP. Also, I brought along some extra bags for bench resting, so instead of supporting only my wrist, this time the gun's barrel was supported as well. Side note - powder discharge fom the cylinder ripped the bag open in a couple of places until I put a few protective layers of old T-shirts wrapped around it. After about 12 rounds I noticed the scope coming loose. Tightened as much as I could with the stubby flathead screwdriver I brought along, but now I see the wisdom of using Loctite. So after getting the bags and scope squared away and starting out at 35, then 75 feet, I set the target to 125 feet. So that's a 8 1/2 x 11" target with the 4" ring marked as my goal for this visit - to see how many shots I could put inside 4" at roughly 40 yards. All shots made bench rested, single action with JHP. After gettting back home I cleaned the gun and moved the scope back as far as it would go - this will improve the balance slightly. Will remount the scope using Blue Loctite #242. I'm considering trying lower grain soft point, maybe a 180, 200 or 220 grain will give me more accuracy. Of course I know if I were to hunt big game here in the dense woods of Virginia I would probably stick with the 240 grain or maybe even use a 300 grain. Obviously the gun shoots better than I can but I'm willing to try other things while at the same time improving my technique. I need a way to properly rest the gun and get a good two-hand grip on it. Need to practice my breathing a little more. Moving the scope back will also have a small effect on how I achieve the 20" eye relief by having to hold the gun a little farther out. Next time at the range I want all 6 shots inside 4" at 50 yards. Comments and suggestions welcome.