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Old 06-12-2009, 03:32 PM
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hi every one i haven't been on here since December (ouch )but any way i decided it was time to get a 22 revolver .i wanted something that was convertible between 22 /lr/l/s and 22mag .I looked a new ruger single six and i was disgusted at the fix of the grips and there was a visible burr on the frame and a discoloration of the bluing on the frame.so i had my ffl order me up a heritage rough rider with a 6 1/2 inch barrel with fixed sights cost me 240$






well its good to be back on the board.
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Nice pics and nice purchase.

And welcome back even though you left before I showed up.....
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Nice sixgun, now you'll need to give us a report once you shoot it.
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point of aim 50 yards one 22 short
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ive shot this club the other day at 50yard brim with a big target and got nice groups.
Im convinced that 6 gun is a good survival arm or woods gun. 22mag is an under rated cartridge i herd from old timer that in the 70s his wife was at there cabin (vermont) a po bull moose took the cabin door of the hinges and came at her she dropped it one shot to head with a 22mag revolver .22ammo is cheap and plentiful ive never had a hard time getting22 lr or mag .ive herd a lot of gripe about only being 6 shots if u need more than that u need glasses lol.as for 22 lr i killed a coyote with a ruger mark2 with 2 shots . i bet with 22mah cci tnt it would have been 1 shot
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That's a beautiful gun, but dude.... your desk is filthy
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Beautiful gun but very ugly background.
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Nice gun, I own a Ruger also. I guess if the SHTF there will be some running around sweeping and mopping everything!
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Lol Ridge I'm sure of it, somebody needs to clean all the S up after it hit the fan.
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where did you get that holster?
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at my local gun shop mile down the street payed 20$ is an uncle mikes sidekick
as for the keyboard my little cousin(6) spilled a bottle of coke on my keyboard im to scared to take the keyboard apart i dont want to pressing n and getting p lol

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I been useing those rough riders for years on the trap line. I have one attached to my waders that has been under water as much as its been out of water and never had a problem with em. At 240 bucks though, they must have went up cause i bought one this past winter for my boy and only paid 155 for it. I dont even know where the mag cylinders are anymore as all i shoot is shorts for dispatch. Super tough toy.
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Actually the desk really isn't filthy. Its just ammo, owners manual, holsters etc. Not a great background for the gun but not filthy
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Was given a Rough Rider new in box, shot it a few times and sold it as fast as I could, what a piece of junk compared to my Ruger single six. Will never ever own another one. I hope your experinces are much better.
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Thats a great looking handgun bro, gotta love the blue/wood look, and I gotta agree on the .22WMR, very handy round.
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