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    New 22LR SA Revolver from Ruger.



    Looks like a ~$200 street price putting it as a competitor with the Heritage Rough Rider. The Rough Riders have a good reputation but being backed by Ruger vs. Taurus is a huge advantage IMO...

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    That bronze one is a nice change of pace.

    I have a Rough Rider, great little shooter so I'd imagine a Ruger-made version would be even better.
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    I'm in. I've been looking for something to shoot .22 shorts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpacaheat View Post
    That bronze one is a nice change of pace.

    I have a Rough Rider, great little shooter so I'd imagine a Ruger-made version would be even better.
    $249 MSRP / $199 Street, so definitely worth the Ruger premium over Heritage. Only wish they offered an additional cylinder in .22 mag. Knowing Ruger that will be next year.
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    Between me and 2 friends we've had to send 4 pistols back to ruger for defect repairs in the last 2 years. At this point I have little faith that a "cheap" ruger will function correctly.

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    To me they are way too chunky and kind of ugly. YMMV. And a two toned cylinder? Again, not for me.

    Single action cowboy pistols should look graceful.

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    Elegance is what the Bearcat is for, I think the low price point and light weight is for getting the little ones into the sport of cowboy action shooting. I may be picking up a pair for this reason alone.

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    When I look at those abominations...

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    I'll stick with my 6.5" adjustable sight Stainless Single Six Convertible pre "instruction manual" revolver, but I could see one of these under the Christmas tree for my daughter if the street price is good, a Bearcat version will be a definite for her and maybe she will give me my Buckmark back ?

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