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Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by 17hmrpro2, Jul 11, 2012.
Good or bad my dad bought one and i wanted to see wat others thought thanks
A plinker for a small investment - Dont exspect a tack driver-
I have heard some mixed reviews regarding quality but don't own one; i suggest further research.
We have 2...one is great..ones been repaired twice but works great now.
To elabroate (sp) a bit more cause i was on my iphone the first time---
I've owned i think 7 Heritage combos- most were the "rare" ones (nickel plated with birds head grip frame) - go ahead, try to find one
Anyway like i said good plinkers at a minimun cost but no way tack drivers but hey, they are inexspensive SA 22 revolvers---If thats all you need get one, worth the money IMO-
You want something "better"? Save up for a Ruger
I bought one for my son to see if he really liked SA western style revolvers. It has performed well and he really enjoys it. At some point I'll buy him a Ruger but this ones good enough that I'll take my time and hold out for a good deal.
I had one, traded for a mossberg 500, thinkin of buyin another.
Hell I would too
I have one. Low cost and a fun plinker. I also have a Ruger Single Six convertible. They are both lots of fun.
Purchased one because of the price. Also have a Ruger Single Six. Put 1000's of round through it (shot about 250 rounds a week for year and a half) and finally the trigger spring and cylinder hand spring broke. Ordered new ones (only $5.00 each on their web site and only $1.50 shipping). Gun works fine again. Seems that the new springs are a little stronger. Guns seems smoother then before. Is it a Ruger, No. Would I recommend one, Yes. What more do you want for $150.00 gun?
For the price, they seem okay.
But I have to agree with these gentlemen.
Got a third one today though its up for trade
Ive never played with a birds head, I have a fairly large grip, how is it?
Im a big boy lol 2 fingers hanging off
I think I'll stick with the regular grip.