Took my .38 specials to the range yesterday for some exercise. Shot some reloads with wadcutters and had a good time in spite of my eyes deciding ti not cooperate at times. Used my model 52, 14 and 1905 Smiths and snuck in the Colt OMM. The 1905 is a target model and really shows some promise, but the tiny sights are a challenge. When I manage them, it is as accurate as the other revolvers and has a great action. The issue I have is that the gun shoots about 2 inches low with these loads and a six o'clock hold. I cannot budge the rear sight to raise it. The screw is really tiny and most of my screwdrivers will not come close to fitting. I have tried soaking the screw in Kroils for 24 hours and still no luck. I don't want to bugger up the screw, so i guess I will just train myself to hold up more front sight (thin post with a small ball on top). Enjoy shooting the gun anyway.