Heritage Manufacturing End-of-Year Rebate is Live …$30.00 OFF New Guns!

USA –-(AmmoLand.com)- Attention Cowboys! Heritage Manufacturing has activated their End of Year rebate. Get yourself $30 OFF on your new Heritage Arms Rough Riders, the new Barkeeps, and Rancher Carbines.

Heritage Manufacturing End-of-Year Rebate
Heritage Manufacturing End-of-Year Rebate

Purchase of a qualifying Heritage Rough Rider, Barkeeps, and/or Rancher Carbines series product must be made between November 1, 2022, and January 15, 2023. The form must be postmarked by January 31, 2023, and received by February 15, 2023.

Read more details and apply online here.

Browse this great collection of Heritage Manufacturing revolvers at Kentucky Gun Co.

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About Heritage Firearms

Heritage Manufacturing proudly manufactures an American Legend, the Western Single Action Revolver. This time tested, Western Tradition is now made affordable to shoot and purchase in a scaled-down 22 LR and 22 Magnum size. Outstanding workmanship, accuracy, and quality is just the beginning of the value you receive with our Heritage Rough Rider Revolvers.

We honor and cherish our American Heritage and invite you to browse this site and learn more about us. An American Company … An American Family producing an American Legend … for the people by the people of Our Great United States of America.

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RetVetArk

I have bought two Heritage 22s, mainly because they frequently
offer rebates that make the firearms a good buy. Both guns I
purchased functioned flawlessly and were surprisingly accurate.
I consider them good plinking or snake/rat guns. If you lose
one in the lake, you aren’t even out the price of a box of primers
nowadays.

Jack S.

Too bad Heritage can’t make a gun that works. Their junk firearms are just expensive paperweights.

Farmer

Hi. That’s funny. I’ve got two that work just fine. Of course, I keep them cleaned and lubricated. Maybe it’s an operator problem!