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Old April 11th, 2017, 05:19 PM   #1
 
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Got a heritage RR, .22 cleaned it up and took it to the range today. Haven't shot a single action revolver in about 40 years. I kept all 100 rounds in 4" bullseyes at 10 yards. not one hiccup in the bunch. It was a blast. I think I got me a fun plinker there. Oh and I ordered the mag cylinder. hope it comes off back order soon. here is one target from 22.lr and one from a .22mag I borrowed from my son in law. Sorry I can't figure out why they keep getting turned 90 degrees or how to fix it. (haha)
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Old April 11th, 2017, 05:21 PM   #2
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Awesome to hear! Affordable fun!
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Nothing to laugh about there. I do nearly as well, at 10 yds, with my Mk III 22/45... and that's about it!


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Nice shooting. The heritage RR is a damn good revolver for the money. We have (2) laminate grip fiber optic sight, 6.5 barrels in the family, and they shoot just as accurate as my $450 single six 6.5. .
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Not a bad single action .22, just don't like that ugly safety if they still have it, on the back side of the revolver.
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single action 22 revolvers are great fun. I love my 1022s etc but I love to shoot my marlin 39. One time on vacation by a lake hte only gun I had was a marlin 39. There were break ins and I felt safe with my marlin 39 holding 17 stingers.
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Ha ha ha. That is good shooting. I have thought about getting a RR just cause I have money in my pocket and haven't bought a gun in a while.
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Have had mine for several years and it is my favorite .22.
Shoot it more than my SR .22's
Great affordable fun and a good teaching tool for new shooters.
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That's nice shooting in my book,my opinion!
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Nice shooting! Nothing to laugh about there! If it's enjoyable and makes you happy, that's all that matters!
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Sorry I can't figure out why they keep getting turned 90 degrees or how to fix it.
Quit turnin' yer gun sideways, Bro!!

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Got a heritage RR, .22 cleaned it up and took it to the range today. Haven't shot a single action revolver in about 40 years. I kept all 100 rounds in 4" bullseyes at 10 yards. not one hiccup in the bunch. It was a blast. I think I got me a fun plinker there. Oh and I ordered the mag cylinder. hope it comes off back order soon. here is one target from 22.lr and one from a .22mag I borrowed from my son in law. Sorry I can't figure out why they keep getting turned 90 degrees or how to fix it. (haha)
At least it wasn't a HiPoint or, even worse, a glock
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Nothing to laugh about glad you had a nice time!!!
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