The Rough Rider .22 Mag Revolver delivers the look and feel of the legendary Single Action Army revolver for you while hunting, plinking, or western action shooting. Born of the traditions of the Old West, the Rough Rider from Heritage Manufacturing shoots both .22 LR and .22 Magnum cartridges in a scaled down version of the classic Army revolver of the Old West. Manufactured using state of the art precision machinery to assure accuracy and reliability, the Rough Rider features a micro-threaded 4-3/4'' barrel, tight cylinder lock up, and perfect timed action to put its shots where you want 'em. Hammer block in the recoil shield for extra protection. Red dot indicator lets you know when the gun is ready for action. Wood grip. Fixed sights. Blued finish. Weight: 33.4 oz. Capacity: 6 rounds.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hellsing666 Good Purchase
I bought this revolver on 9/10/12 and I've put about 1,750 rounds through it. So far I've had no issues with it. I've shot .22lr and .22wmr through it and both have performed well out of this revolver. I've used this revolver for target practice as well as plinking. In my opinion it's a great entry level shooter. Simple and very easy to use. It's also relatively easy to clean. For me it was a great purchase for my first handgun. I was one very satisfied customer. Thanks again Bass Pro Shop!
September 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by TeamSgt Nice Gut Gun
I carry this pistol,all the time, Iam in the woods,on the farm.I have the MAG cylinder,loaded in the gun all the time.Once I got my sight picture,sight alignment,w/the fixed sights,this is a great weapon
December 27, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by DukeV Great
This single action is a great entry level shooter.
September 4, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by BigBassMarty 22 Mag cylinder
The 22 magnum cylinder doesn't work on my rough rider. Even on the 22 LR the fireing pin barely contacts the very outside of the rimfire bullet. I cannot count on this pistol to save my life, let alone hunt with it. IS it bad engineering. This was my first pistol at age 49. The company doesn't want it back to fix it. I don't know what to do.
July 5, 2011