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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-05-2018, 05:50 PM Thread Starter
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Heritage 22lr - 22mag Revolver

Just bought a Heritage 22lr Revolver that also came with the 22mag cylinder.... My wife picked up ammo for me and she bought: a bow of 22lr - and a box of 22 mini-mags.... Now my question is this; do I need to switch cylinders between the mini-mags and the lr ammo? I know that if shooting the actual magnums, i'll have to switch to the mag cylinder! but not sure with the mini-mags as I've seen videos with a guy shooting both from the same cylinder.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-05-2018, 05:53 PM
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MiniMag is 22 LR, just a brand that CCI markets. Use the 22LR cylinder.
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local gun shop is selling Heritage .22 revolvers for $ 114.99 ,normally $189.99 . two questions are they a quality revolver like Ruger ,Remington ,S&W , and is that a good price on it
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local gun shop is selling Heritage .22 revolvers for $ 114.99 ,normally $189.99 . two questions are they a quality revolver like Ruger ,Remington ,S&W , and is that a good price on it

the Heritage is not the quality of the better known gun makes however they are a good gun for the money.
these sell for $139 in my area so I think that is a good deal.
just my .02
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thanks for the impute bad primer
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I've put several thousand rounds thru mine. Shot it til it fell apart. Put it back together with Loctite and it's a good as new! Good shooter and quite accurate.
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They are a dime a dozen.Seem em a lot of times under a hundred bucks on sale.For a little bit more you can get one that will last you and your families lifetime.
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