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Old 08-08-2017, 12:04 AM   #1
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Default Heritage Rough Rider .22lr

Well me and a friend finally got to shoot mine for the first time this A.M. in the desert. We had an empty propane gas tank set up about 40 yds down range. The tank was placed on its belly with the bottom of it, about 12" in diameter, facing us.
My hits accounted for about 75% of my shots fired. Not bad I think.
My friend, who was also firing the gun for the first time, hit the tank the first 6 of 6 in a row.
Gotta say...I'm glad I got it. A well made revolver for a ridiculous price.
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Old 08-08-2017, 03:30 AM   #2
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Where I'm at, we sell a ton of these. Glad you like it, seems like a general consensus
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I like mine.

Have to admit, I bought it because I had a bunch of crappy .22 that wouldn't cycle in my Colt rail gun (.22lr). Still, I think it's perfectly reasonable in accuracy. Just slow to load with the loading gate, and spent cartridges get stuck a lot.
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got mine for $70 i love the little bugger u can still burn through a box of 100 pretty damn fast kept saying this is the last load only to fill the wheel again and again
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I love mine, had it for a few years.
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Default Heritage Rough Rider .22lr

heritage roughriders are fine plinking, learning and teaching tools. black friday sales for 22lr only have run as low as $100 and 9-shot 22lr/wmr versions go for ~$200. the hrr probably wont live as long as a ruger single six, but neither will its owner.


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