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Heritage Arms Rough Rider Handgun Combo
Replica of the Classic Single Action Army
Tight Cylinder Lock-Up
Hammer Block Safety
Includes .22 LR & .22 Mag. Cylinders
Availability: Sold Out
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- Firearms shipping charge of $25.00 per item.
- You must be at least 21 years old to purchase this item. State and local laws may vary.
- Additional discounts do not apply.
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Product DescriptionBorn of the Traditions of the Old West, the Rough Rider maintains much of the look and feel of the legendary Single Action Army Revolver, only in a scaled down version. The Rough Rider is manufactured using state-of-the-art-precision machinery that assures its accuracy and reliability. The cylinder lock up is tight and the perfect timing of the action makes for a handgun that will put its shots where you want 'em. The machined barrel is micro-threaded and inserted into the frame for the optimal barrel/cylinder gap to give you maximum ammunition performance. A hammer block in the recoil shield provides extra protection and has a red dot indicator that lets you know when the gun is ready for action.
CAN NOT BE SOLD IN ILLINOIS, MASSACHUSETTS, MINNESOTA, OR SOUTH CAROLINA.
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Q:Why can't I buy this in MN? Is it illegal in some way or is it just not available?Asked on 4/8/2012 by Burgers from WBL
Q:Is the rear sight adjustable?Asked on 8/12/2010 by John--JW from Wichita, Ks.
A:No it is a notched sightAnswered on 2/3/2011 by Marty from Greenwood In
A:NO,BOTH SIGHTS ARE FIXED !Answered on 4/6/2012 by DEAD EYE from Caledonia Wisc.
A:Yes it is.Answered on 4/8/2012 by eddiefish5 from DeForest, WI
Q:is this single action?Asked on 7/26/2010 by evilelectricbear from canton ohio
A:Yes, the revolver is single action only.Answered on 8/28/2010 by Ben from Coloma, MI