NRA Gun of the Week: Heritage Rough Rider Revolver

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posted on July 3, 2018

This economical six-shooter from Heritage Mfg. provides plinkers and small-game hunters with a modern, U.S.-made single-action that hearkens the time when cowboys and frontiersmen roamed the countryside. The subject of this week’s feature is the Rough Rider Small Bore Revolver. Chambered for .22 Long Rifle only, this Rough Rider six-shooter is built on an aluminum alloy frame and features a 6.5” barrel. Adornments include flame-printed stock panels and a Cerakote Gray finish on the cylinder, hammer spur, ejector rod shroud and trigger shoe. Learn more about it with the video embedded above, hosted by American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz.

Technical Specifications
Chambering: .22 Long Rifle
Action Type: single-action rimfire pistol
Frame: aluminum alloy
Barrel: 6.5

Finish: Cerakote Gray on cylinder, hammer spur and ejector rod shroud; blued barrel
Sights: frame-notch rear, blade front
Trigger: 3-lb., 9-oz. pull 
Cylinder: 12L14 steel; six-round capacity 
Weight: 33.4 ozs.
MSRP: $239; heritagemfg.com

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