Interesting...I guess I do remember hearing something about those a while back, but never saw one in person and they dropped off my radar. Would be fun to give one atty if I could find it. A 9mm would be pretty sweet as I don't have a revolver in that caliber yet.I think they were about half the price before Rock Island started stamping their mark on them.
Alfa-Proj,.....the problem was finding one but they were advertised all over. Was looking at the 9mm and .32 S&WL at the time and they were under $400.
I just acquired a heritage rough rider. This one has the 22/22mag cylinders with a 4.75 inch barrel. I think it will be fun to plink around with.Heritage has the "barkeep" out now. I have a rough rider 6" and I love that cheap simple pistol. I would assume the barkeep is the same action just shorter barrel and different styling. Some of the barkeep models you can get a 22 mag cylinder for it as well.
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I got my rough rider for $99 at Dunhams a few years ago so this probably isn't the best price.
FWIW this is DA/SA and has a swing out cylinder.
I have the 6" barrel and only the .22lr cylinder, and love it. I'm never concerned about it getting beat up so it's kind of the fun gun. Was playing battle ship on some targets at the range with a few buddies a while back and I was starting to get behind, I switched from the .38 to that heritage and came back and won real quick haI just acquired a heritage rough rider. This one has the 22/22mag cylinders with a 4.75 inch barrel. I think it will be fun to plink around with.