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    22 revolver

    i am looking to get a 22 revolver soon, what would be a good choice? i can't go over $300 and would like it to be under that, i'm on a tight budget and no way can i spend more than this. thanks

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    Go to gunsamerica.com and look at the High Standard revolvers. They are 9 shooters.

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    If you want an Old West style gun you should check out this company. Definitely in your price range.

    http://www.heritagemfg.com/site/department.cfm?id=50
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigsd View Post
    If you want an Old West style gun you should check out this company. Definitely in your price range.

    http://www.heritagemfg.com/site/department.cfm?id=50
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    I bought a Heritage Rough Rider for $200 (maybe less) a few years ago and never regretted it. It came with a .22LR/short/etc. cylinder, and a .22WMR cylinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4angrybadgers View Post
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    I bought a Heritage Rough Rider for $200 (maybe less) a few years ago and never regretted it. It came with a .22LR/short/etc. cylinder, and a .22WMR cylinder.
    Yea, now you can get them with .22 Magnum cylinders included as well.
    "When seconds count between living or dying, the police are only minutes away."

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    I own a Rough Rider and a Beretta Neos. Love 'em both.

    If you can only buy one .22 , I highly encourage you to consider
    the Beretta Neos. 3000 rounds perfect. Super reliable, super fun.
    Thin and light weight. My "go-to" .22 pistol. $300.

    The Heritage Manufacturing Rough Rider is a fun little western shooter.
    This is my dedicated off-hand gun. So far, reliable, only 600 rounds.
    The action feels great. However, I am not as impressed with the .22
    WMR cylinder. Not as accurate as the .22LR cylinder. I bought the top
    of the line model with adjustable fiber-optics sights and 6.5 inch barrel.
    Mine was $300 , but you can get 'em for less.

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    Those Rough Riders are nice but I hear they are hit or miss in that some of them are a little too rough... However they say the same thing about Kel-Tecs and I love mine. Personally I have never handle one, have thought about getting on myself a few times.

    Over the past few months I have seen a lot of nice .22 revolvers posted on Armslist in the Kentucky section... there's only a few there now but I bet you could get that Savage .22 for a steal if they still have it.
    http://www.armslist.com/p/2757?retur...=22-long-rifle

    It just depends on what you want... Charter Arms makes a nice .22 Pathfinder that can be had for less than $300 used as well if you keep your eyes open, its a little more modern of a design compare to some of the cowboy shooters you see.

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    Visit a few pawn shops, they are home to amazing bargains. I saw a S&W .22 version of the Combat Masterpiece in a pawnshop a few months ago for $250; but I was on duty in the cab and when I came back the next day it was gone.

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