Fun thing about these ballistics is you don't need a 300 yd range to have fun.
1873 in .357 - this will group better than a couple of inches at 100 yds
another .357, 1871 baby rolling block with 3x Malcolm scope, and it weighs 5-1/2 lbs with scope
Since this is a single shot, I can load 180g .35 spitzers hotter than factory pistol rounds, and you know you're shooting something.
Would also make a good hog gun, I just don't have a place to hunt.
my .22 field artillery - 1885 with Creedmoor sights - I can hid a dime at 75 yards with two adjustment shots
view through the Creedmoor with my favorite front globe insert
On the rear sight, have a variable aperture Hadley eye cup so I can balance depth-of-field with available light - great for old eyes.
that's a spirit level bubble in the bottom of the field
My daughter's Henry H001 also has a peep sight. When first sighting it in, it shot 2 connected pairs and a third pair the same hole at 50 yds - probably the best buy in a firearm ever.
and to give this some hunting content, she doesn't just target shoot, fly fish, kayak, build/ride bikes, and wrestle for state medal - one of her Doss hill country bucks