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Thread: Heritage Roughrider Revolvers in Canada 8 models to choose starting at 138.13USD

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatMango View Post
    I bought the 22lr and 22wmr combo last time these were advertised. Great little revolver so much fun

    Highly recommend it.
    Looking forward to it, is the frame steel or aluminum?

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    Steel barrel aluminium frame.
    I had one thatbwas great and stupidly sold it.
    I got my next one from IRG
    It had leading issues and key holing at 3 yards
    IRG speedly took it back for warranty and it returns to mee this week.
    Bottom line is even if you did find the one off piece with a problem you will be taken care but IRG and heritages 1 year warranty.
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    Are the grips on any of these models rear wood or are they just plastic with wood like stickers?

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    Anyone know if they still have the strange safety switch. Don't understand why one is necessary on a SA revolver.
    How scaled down are these compared to a center fire SAA....eg. Pietta, Uberti
    joi gin

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    Quote Originally Posted by johNTO View Post
    Anyone know if they still have the strange safety switch. Don't understand why one is necessary on a SA revolver.
    How scaled down are these compared to a center fire SAA....eg. Pietta, Uberti
    Yes they do, i

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    Quote Originally Posted by johNTO View Post
    Anyone know if they still have the strange safety switch. Don't understand why one is necessary on a SA revolver.
    How scaled down are these compared to a center fire SAA....eg. Pietta, Uberti
    Yes, they do have the "flip down" safety so you can holster with six . No transfer bar.
    The scale is almost full scale. Doesn't fell like a toy at all.
    The wood grips are real wood, cocobolo if I remember correctly.

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    Is Heritage Rough Rider 22LR/22 Mag 4.75 6rd Cocobolo Grip Blue being sold with two (.22lr and 22mag) cylinders or it is just 22lr/22mag capable and only have .22lr cylinder?
    Thank you
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    Hmmm.... 4.75" or 6.5"... that is the question...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmazay View Post
    Is Heritage Rough Rider 22LR/22 Mag 4.75 6rd Cocobolo Grip Blue being sold with two (.22lr and 22mag) cylinders or it is just 22lr/22mag capable and only have .22lr cylinder?
    Thank you
    I was wondering the same as the description doesn't clarify this. However, the "safety switch" is a deal breaker for me....good deal otherwise.
    joi gin

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    Quote Originally Posted by johNTO View Post
    I was wondering the same as the description doesn't clarify this. However, the "safety switch" is a deal breaker for me....good deal otherwise.
    Most people in the states would think it's a deal breaker if it DIDN'T have one haha, the old 6 shooter that you can only load 5 rounds in.. that's no fun!

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