In the true traditions of the old west, The Heritage Manufacturing Rough Rider maintains much of the look and feel of the legendary Single Action Army revolver, scaled down to a smaller caliber. It has interchangeable cylinders that accommodate both the .22LR and .22 Mag. cartridges. The Rough Rider is manufactured with precision machinery that is state-of-the-art assuring accuracy and reliability with every shot. The machined 1215 steel barrel is micro-threaded and carefully inserted into the alloy frame. This insures an optimal barrel to cylinder gap that gives you the maximum performance out of your ammunition. A hammer block is mounted in the recoil shield to provide extra protection and safety. It also has a red dot indicator to lets you know when the gun is ready to fire. The cylinder lock-up is solid and tight, with perfect action timing to put the shots right where you want them. An authentic looking flat-sided hammer is paired with beautiful mother of pearl grips, making the Rough Rider both functional and handsome. This is an extremely versatile pistol that's ideal for plinking, hunting, target shooting and competition or maybe some Cowboy Action shooting!
Specifications and Features:
Heritage Manufacturing Rough Rider RR22MB3BHPRL
Single Action Army Revolver
.22 Long Rifle Cylinder
.22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire Cylinder
6 Groves with 1:14 Twist
1215 Steel Barrel and Cylinders
Bird Head Mother of Pearl Grips
Hammer Block Safety with Red Dot Indicator
6 Pound Trigger Pull
Open Fixed Sights
Flat Sided Hammer
Made in the USA
|Manufacturer Part Number||RR22MB3BHPRL|
|Caliber||22 Long Rifle|
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