Gun Report

Heritage Manufacturing Rough Rider Combo RR22MB9, 22 LR/22 WMR, $230 (Grade: C 2014)

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The Rough Rider has a smaller grip and was much lighter than the Ruger. We thought the price was hard to beat.

Heritage Manufacturing Rough Rider Combo RR22MB9, 22 LR/22 WMR, $230 (Grade: C 2014)

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Home Defense
Recreational
Competition
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Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Span Single

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The loading gate and the extra wiggle room of the cylinder made the Rough Rider easier to load than the Ruger, we thought.
The recoil shield housed a thumb safety shown in “safe” position with hammer block up.
The thumb safety is shown in “fire” position with hammer block down. Neither gun had any failures to fire or function.
The ejector-rod lever was smaller than the Ruger’s, but it was still usable. Magnum cases were the most stubborn to eject, but the ejection rod and gravity worked together to get them out.

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