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i'm thinking about buying a 22 revolver. i want a western style single action. i have been looking at the heritage rough riders.

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  • i'm thinking about buying a 22 revolver. i want a western style single action. i have been looking at the heritage rough riders.

    i'm thinking about buying a 22 revolver. i want a western style single action. i have been looking at the heritage rough riders. are they a good gun or not. does anyone have one i cold buy?

  • #2
    COULD buy. 'scuse me

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    • #3
      I had a Heritage .17 HMR revolver. It was a very accurate and fun pistol. However, it wasn't half the gun that my Ruger Single Six is. I suppose that makes sense since it cost less than half as much. I very much enjoy the Ruger's interchangeable cylinder for the variety of ammo it can shoot. Personally, I would save for a Ruger.

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      • #4
        pure and simple....Ruger Single Six

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        • #5
          I have a Ruger Single Six and these folks are right. They are a nice piece.

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          • #6
            Ive owned a Tanfoglio T77 single action .22lr/.22mag revolver for a few years now and it has yet to let me down.

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            • #7
              Dovehunter2 your avatar puts a smile on my face. Very clever.
              Bought a Ruger auto Mark II a long time ago and it has never given me problems.
              later,
              charlie

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              • #8
                I know the Ruger Mark II is not a revolver just couldn't resist throwing in my 2 cents. The only revolver I own is a Ruger Super Redhawk so I know they make very good revolvers.
                later,
                charlie

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                • #9
                  to be honest .i never heard of the gun maker you mentioned/but the Ruger name is well known for its dependability and safe handling in a single action.If and its a big IF.YOU DECIDE LATER you need to sell or trade it,you can always redeem it for it's worth witout a problem/the rough rider will get you a grin and a lot of no thank you ,

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                  • #10
                    The Heritage is a good gun for someone on a budget. I got mine new for a little over 200.00. I'd rather have a cheap gun than no gun. The best gun to have is the one in your hand!

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                    • #11
                      how much are these rugers?

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                      • #12
                        I second the reply from DSMbirddog
                        I have a Ruger Single Six and these folks are right. They are a nice piece.

                        These are strong, tough and reliable guns.

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