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Old 12-24-2012, 02:09 PM   #31
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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.
I really wouldnt be interested in a trade I am well stocked on ammo but I will figure up what I think each pistol is worth and let you know.
Right now since all this crazyness is going on gunsof all cal are really selling in my area
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I really wouldnt be interested in a trade I am well stocked on ammo but I will figure up what I think each pistol is worth and let you know.
Right now since all this crazyness is going on gunsof all cal are really selling in my area
Yeah, I am not interested in paying the crazy prices some are getting right now. You would probably be best off selling them on Gunbroker for whatever ou can get for them. They are good guns. Let me know though. Maybe send me a PM on it.
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Old 12-27-2012, 06:02 AM   #33
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Yes the heritage is a nice little gun for a great price. We have had ours for over a year with around 2000 shots thru it. The 22wmr cylinder adds a nice touch. Just take care of it cause its painted and the paint wears pretty quick if rubbed or scratched. We just touch it up so no big deal. Affordable, accurate nice gun. We like ours..

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Old 01-02-2013, 01:42 AM   #34
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y buy a heritage arms whne u can get a oober tactical hi point.
Please tell me your just playing, obviously trolling.
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Surely thats a joke...

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I don't know much about the heritage guns but I'm getting one soon!! I hope it is worth it.

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I loved mine, never an issue, Needed money so i sold it.

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I don't know much about the heritage guns but I'm getting one soon!! I hope it is worth it.
So far mines has been worth every penny and has been a blast! Ive never had as much fun shooting any other handgun!
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I love mine it is a blast to shoot, its accurate, and I've shoot all sorts of ammo out of it, we live in the country so I carry it loaded with birdshot for snakes.

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I have owned both. I guess I enjoyed the Heritage, but I love the Ruger. Here is the latest of the three SS I own.
... I no longer own the heritage because it couldn't stay in a truck without rust forming

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