My wife recently acquired a new Heritage Arms 22 revolver. It's a fairly inexpensive but fun shooter. Hers is a 4.5" model with bird's head grip. I think the grip was the part that put her over the top on this 22 revolver. The pistol needed some tweaking to the sights as you might have expected. I tweaked the front sight to correct the tendency to shoot to the left of point of aim. And the front sight needed a little filing to raise the barrel a bit. Not that it shoots straight, as far as my eyes can make it, I think it could use a little opening up of the rear sight channel. I filed the right side of the channel a bit to correct the POI issue but it could be a bit wider to get a better sight picture. Anybody ever done this to a fixed sight style single action pistol and how did you accomplish it? I've ordered some cold blue from Van's to repair the bluing where I filed the sights so far. That should be durable enough because this revolver will not get heavy use or abuse.