Heritage Rough Rider 22 complete teardown/reassembly

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Re: Heritage Rough Rider 22 complete teardown/reassembly

Postby Kiln » Tue Jul 16, 2013 11:08 am

Only single action I used to have was the RG66 revolver. The gun broke and then the frame got totaled on it so the gun is long gone now. The Rough Rider looks like a better while still very similar design IMO. It took me hours to get the RG66 back together after I took it apart because of the one piece frame and all of the small parts not wanting to go together correctly. :shock:

Great and very detailed write up.
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Re: Heritage Rough Rider 22 complete teardown/reassembly

Postby FergusonTO35 » Tue Jul 16, 2013 10:58 pm

I tried to sticky this thread but couldn't find the option to do so. Maybe that's something Mr. SNS will have to do. I did move it to the Inexpensive Guns forum as I thought that was a better fit for this gun.
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Re: Heritage Rough Rider 22 complete teardown/reassembly

Postby Admin » Wed Jul 17, 2013 7:07 pm

As others have said, "great work" Flowmaster.
I'm going to make a copy and put it down in the tech forum as well.
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