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Old January 11th, 2017, 09:04 PM   #16
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Old January 12th, 2017, 06:11 PM   #17
 
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My son (23 years old) and I went to the range yesterday for him to shoot his new RR. He's the one in the family that's not (wasn't) into shooting.
About 150 rounds from 3 to 15 yards. Only one round in the 7 ring. All the rest were 8 ring and better with the majority inside the 9.
The more he shot the tighter the groups.

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I bought one a few years ago. No issues, love the looks, but I'm glad I didn't spend 3x the price on a Ruger or something else. Just a dead boring gun to shoot, IMHO. Spends its time in my safe and I'd sell it if anyone I knew wanted it. SA revolvers are not my thing.
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Very nice looking 22 Mag.
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22 LR

Very nice gun at a great price......bought two. Enjoy!
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Nice lookin plinker. I have a 6" model with both LR & Mag, came with it. Great basic gun, nice shooter.
Zero issues with mine other than I do not like a safety on a Heritage SA.
Yes, but, as I did until my 18 year old grandson took possession, one can turn it to 'fire' and forget about it.
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Just couldn't help myself and had to get the 4.75 barrel length. This one also has the 22 mag cylinder and some very nice fitting coco bolo grips. Shooting the mags make sure you have your ears on! The mag cylinder also fit and timed with my 6.5 inch Rough Rider.



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Had one that had only the mag cylinder. Went to get 22LR cylinder for it and they made me send the gun to them for free fitting. Would not just sell me the cylinder. Of course it was a much earlier model (mid -late 90s I think). I really liked that gun. It was much more fun and cheaper to shoot with the LR
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Mine is only a few years old and they still said if I wanted to add the 22 mag cylinder it needed to be sent in. I suspect that Jtiv19 ignored that as he simply used the one that came with the second gun on his first RR. Heritage's caution may be excessive, but I'm sure for legal and liability reasons they feel like they have to make it a clearly stated policy. If Jtiv19 is comfortable with the timing then it's his call.


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I have one that I use in dog training. I fire those .22 cartridges used in a nail gun. Cheaper than blanks. The gun is much more long lasting and better quality than a blank gun. The price is not much more than a good blank gun.
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