Those are guns for self defense with fixed sights, not target adjustable sights. They should shoot pretty good, but maybe not as accurately as a Target revolver would shoot. I have a fixed sight M-36 & M-10-7 with a 2" barrel, that's not for target shooting, but I am happy carrying them for personal protection. Bob
This is a 65-5 that is the smoothest shooting S&W I have ever owned. The target is 48 rounds of 158 grain round nose fired at 10 yards double action.
The hole in the upper left was a round that did not fire double action so I fired it single action using the "C" as my target.