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    Heritage Rough Rider 22lr

    I bought it for the boys to plink with but after taking it to the range, I want to keep it. It was a lot of fun to shoot and pretty accurate, even tho I don't care much for the fixed sights. Anyway, I would recommend one for anyone who wants a cheap plinker. Guess the boys will receive this "used" gun for Christmas.

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    Got one thrown in on a trade during the great 22lr drought and it never misses a range day trip.

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    I bought my first Heritage to train my students with. I ended up using it in a .22lr competition against semi-auto's and nearly won even with a 4 round handicap! So, I went and bought the 9 round version so I only have 1 less round than the semi-auto's now! They are a lot of fun!

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    We had a family tradition of buying books for family members but you had to read the book before you gifted it. Think of this gun as a "family Christmas gift book."
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    I've got one with a 6 inch barrel. Love it except, wish the grip was bigger.
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    Saw an instructor at the range using one with his student. In his hands at least it was dead accurate. I've offer thought about buying one.
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    I can't wait until my first competition with the 9 round Heritage Rough Rider .22lr. It will definitely be work a write up!
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    I bought one online black friday and finally made it to my lgs to do the transfer today. It's accurate and a lot of fun to shoot. I got the .22 mag cylinder with it too but I haven't shot any through it yet.

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