Looking for revolver in22LR

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Hi all, looking for a revolver in 22LR, anybody got one for a good price?
Thanks!
Jon
 
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ilikegunspdx

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Heritage arms are excellent. I have had, and still have, several. And I hate, I mean really hate, cheap guns that are unreliable. I have no tolerance for them at all.

Anyway heritage are heavy and have a 4 click action just like colt SAA. That 4 click action is key. It’s fun just playing with them when they r empty due to that. For the $ you can’t beat them. Plus you Can get them in 5” 6.5” 9” and 16” barrels. And you can buy a 22 mag cylinder for $28 new from heritage website (when u can find them in stock). I have never had the 9 shot versions only 6 shot. I highly recommend them. So much fun for so little $. They’re pretty much a clone of SAA except for the safety and different materials.
 
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UnionMillsNW

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I wrote a review on the Ruger Wrangler last year . Great little revolver.

 
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For an inexpensive plinker, the Heritage is just fine. I am not fond of the "safety" lever on them, but that is me. They will chase pop cans around the range all day long.
Really depends upon what you want to spend. I have some very expensive .22 revolvers, sure they have better steel than the Heritage, have better triggers, and some might be slightly more accurate. I can't say as they are more fun to shoot though.
 
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jbett98

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My problem with the old western side gate loading revolvers is the slowness in emptying and reloading.
My preference would be a tip open or swing out cylinder.
 

UnionMillsNW

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My problem with the old western side gate loading revolvers is the slowness in emptying and reloading.
My preference would be a tip open or swing out cylinder.
I can understand that frustration. For me the forced slow down in loading/unloading is good. It helps me take my time and appreciate the shooting process a bit more
 

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