I was asked on another board: "can you shoot your J's better than or as good as your K's?"
I said no, but since I have never really quantified it, thatís an interesting question. So I took three S&W snubs with me to our last class at the Rogers Shooting School to compare them. They were:
640-1 fitted with an XS Standard Dot sight. The grips are an old set of Fitwell stocks from the 1960s that I have relieved for speedloaders.
37-2 with red reflective tape on the front sight; idea courtesy of Todd Green. Equipped with Sile rubber grips.
10-5 with front sight reshaped into a much more visible Patridge shape from the horrible Baughman ramp; this idea came from Ted Yost. After being reshaped, the sight also had red tape applied. The grips are Uncle Mikeís boot grips.