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This is a discussion on Heritage SA Rimfire Revolvers. within the Pistols & Revolvers forums, part of the Pistol & Revolver Forum category; Picked up a SA Heritage R-R.22 lr/mag. 6.5" barrel & SA Heritage R-R Birdhead .22 lr/mag. 4.75" barrel....


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Old October 26th, 2019, 05:10 PM   #1
 
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Heritage SA Rimfire Revolvers.

Picked up a SA Heritage R-R.22 lr/mag. 6.5" barrel & SA Heritage R-R Birdhead .22 lr/mag. 4.75" barrel.



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Old October 26th, 2019, 05:31 PM   #2
 
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Nice find let us know how they shoot.
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I have one just like the 6.5", except without the color-case hardened frame. I leave the .22 Mag cylinder in it because i love the little bit of extra noise and muzzle blast over .22 LR. Mine seems to shoot quite accurately, more accurate than I am for sure.
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I've got one too, absolutely love it. Mine is a 4.5" barrel (I think, never measured it). The safety is a bit odd, but it didn't take long for me to get used to it. I thought about trying to remove it altogether, but I'm not as handy as I think I am, so I left it alone. Besides, it's just a fun range piece for me. I was really impressed when I first shot it; it just feels like you get more than you pay for. Mine didn't come with a 22mag cylinder, but I don't miss it. Like my 96/22, I primarily feed it CCI Quiet-22. It's not as quiet as in the rifle, but it still is far quietier than HV or standard velocity stuff. And I know my neighbors appreciate that
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I now have two Heritage R-R Birdhead .22 lr./mag. I had forgot i'd asked my LGS to order one for me.I picked it up a couple weeks ago.
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Mine shoots fine too. I did make a pair of oak grips for it.
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