Gun Deal: Heritage Manufacturing Rough Rider 22LR Gold-Blue Revolver $164.99 FREE S&H

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Heritage Manufacturing Rough Rider 22LR Revolver Sale

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Hey shooters, Kentucky Gun Co with a great price on a neat 22LR revolver. Heritage Manufacturing Rough Rider 22LR Revolver just $164.99 with FREE shipping. These are great shooting guns for not a lot of money.

Heritage Manufacturing Rough Rider 22LR Revolver

FEATURES

Barrel PVD Matte Gold
Cylinder Prizm PVD
Hammer PVD Matte Gold
Trigger PVD Matte Gold
Back Strap simulated Case Hardened
EJECTOR TUBE simulated Case Hardened

SPECIFICATIONS

Item #: RR22CH6-PVD1
UPC: 727962704134
Caliber: .22 LR
Capacity: 6 Rounds
Finish: PVD Matte Gold / Simulated Case Hardened
Action Type: Single Action Only
Lands & Grooves: 6
Front Sight: Fixed
Rear Sight: Notch at Rear
Safety: Thumb / Hammer
Grips: Camo Laminate
Weight: 30.6 oz
Barrel Length: 6.5″
Overall Length: 11.78″

Gun Deal: Heritage Manufacturing Rough Rider 22LR Gold-Blue Revolver $164.99 FREE S&H

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TGP389

In the spirit of “if you can’t say something nice, say nothing,” those grips aren’t too bad.

Rock

THAT is one fugly revolver… I guess they are trying to attract a more crayon aged crowd.

musicman44mag

You can put lipstick on a pig, but it won’t make it shoot any better. Notice they no longer have the 22mag cylinder? They were breaking. I have a friend that had that happen to him, he called and he never got a replacement, just excuses.

Rock

What broke on the cylinder ? My wife won a Buffalo Bill version, we ordered the .22 Mag cylinder for it.

musicman44mag

The cylinder that holds the bullet cracked and a chunk fell out. He is retired military and X LEO and a very good honest man.
My father in-law has one and it spits lead badly. We won’t stand beside each other when shooting.

Last edited 1 month ago by musicman44mag
willyd

I have a Rough-Rider and a Barkeep; the rough-Rider came with the 22wmr and the Barkeep I ordered the 22wmr for it, I have had three of these guns and never had any failures on any of them! they do have a communication problem, trying to get someone to even answer the phone is their biggest problem. This is the reason I will never own a Tauras, they are in the same warehouse, and you have to choose which gun you are calling about, so if you have this much trouble getting to Heritage, I don’t want to go through… Read more »

musicman44mag

Working with state agencies I saw how phone systems are set up. I called taurus and went through the ringer with multiple people regarding the mags. Finally, I decided to start trying different numbers. I dialed the right number to the head of the department that handled complaint repairs. He is the one that told me one of the manufactures that make magazines that fit their guns are trash for the Millenium pro. I can’t remember which one. He got mad, took action and solved my issue. That was the 3rd time the gun went to taurus.