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I'm planning on getting the Ruger Single Six in blue with a 4" barrel. My gun dealer says they also have the anniversay Rugers with the fixed sights in the shop as well. I had planned on just getting the Single Six because I'm picking up the 92FS Brig and probably will only have enough for standard model. My question though is how is the fixed sights different from the adjustable sights that come on the Single Six model? Is it still a good gun in comparison to the anniversary revolver?
 

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Just a thought when it comes to .22's. Most people who use .22's shoot quite a variety of ammo, usually whatever is cheaper at the mega-mart that week. Since you'll possibly be using a lot of different ammo, adjustable sights may come in handy. I've never bought a .22 with fixed sights.

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In addition to multiple loadings in .22LR, the Single Six comes with a second cylinder chambered for the .22 WMR, and there are a number of different bullet weights/loads available for it as well.

I'd go with the adjustable sight model if this is your first/only.
 
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