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Old 12-22-2012, 01:14 PM   #21
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Not doubting or meant no disrespect (I envy your youth) its just that Heritage Arms has only been around since the early '90s
Oh ok well see i dont know anything about heritage i just saw the revolver for sale and remembered my grandpa has had one forever or well forever to me lol and he said hes had no problems with it and has had it long as i can remember so that makes sence
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Old 12-22-2012, 01:16 PM   #22
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far as i say their good and bad in all guns Take care of them learn to shoot them and any gun can be the best gun youve ever had
Yes sir i have to agree for the most part
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I know a few people who have them and I shot a couple of them. I would say for the money they are a nice little plinker and accurate enough for hunting. But like every body says not as good as a ruger. I have a single six ruger and have shot them back and forth out plinking and real dont see any accuracy problems with them. Long term wear and tear I dont know about but suspect the ruger would out last one. The frames are painted on a heritage where a ruger is blued and the saftey on the flash guard on the heritage is kinda wierd looking.
Although they are not as nice as a ruger they do not fall into the cheap junk gun category if thats what your asking.

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i disagre Paying for the name RUGER and thats all i own a .22 mag/ 22lr heritage rough rider i coon hunt with it fires great never missed a beat and does the exact same thing as a RUGER but at half the price i also lover my .22lr charter arms Semi auto pistol with a 30 round clip now that is fun!
Hold on ther Cowboy-
Yes, both will do the "job" in the right hands-
Ruger is bought for quality--not just the name
But then Ruger=Quality--So mabe i'm wrong
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Im eventually going to buy the ruger also sence everyone has so many good things to say about the perticular gun

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I have a Heritage RR 22/22mag and I love the gun and like Birchhatchery says it does the same thing as a Ruger at half the price.
I own several Rugers MKIIIs and have had problems with all 3 of them I dont think Ruger even knows what Quality is anymore

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i have the rough rider and love it

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I have a Heritage RR 22/22mag and I love the gun and like Birchhatchery says it does the same thing as a Ruger at half the price.
I own several Rugers MKIIIs and have had problems with all 3 of them I dont think Ruger even knows what Quality is anymore
Do you want to sell the Rugers then?
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Do you want to sell the Rugers then?
Yes you want to buy them
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Yes you want to buy them
I don't really have the funds right now, but how much would you be asking for them? Maybe trade? I have a bunch of ammo in .223/5.56, .300WMR and a bunch of 12 ga slugs and buckshot.
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