Two .22 Rimfire Revolvers.
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    Two .22 Rimfire Revolvers.

    Made a trip to my LGS today to buy a Chiappa 22 lr revolver and I did. I had asked a couple months ago if they my LGS could find me a Heritage R-R Birdhead .22 lr/mag and when I walked in I was told it had come in a few days ago. I bought one about three weeks ago,now I have two,BECAUSE I asked them to find me one. PS The Chiappa is a 10 shot.

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    Can ever have too many and those look great. Enjoy them.
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    Sweet! Those should be great to shoot. Range report hopefully soon?
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    Looks a nice pair of rim fires!
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    Sweet! 22s are fun. I have 2 rifes, 2 revolvers and a semi auto pistol in 22. We run through maybe 1500 rounds of 22 ammo a year. Probably should shoot more especially since its so plentiful and inexpensive right now
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    The Chiappa is all zink alloy, i.e., "Zamak", except for the barrel and chamber liners, cyl bolt and springs. Be cautious with the 1/2 cock notch, it can snap off the hammer fairly easy. And I hope .22s will chamber. I just had to hone all the chambers on one so ammo would fit in w/o using a hammer.
    How much was it?

    You may want to check out the Ruger Wrangler selling for $179 to $249 depending where you find it a lot more gun for the money. If you like it, you might want consider trading in your unfired (if it still is) Chiappa for one. If you want a ten shot, a Ruger single six 10 shot cyl can be installed in the Wrangler along with a 10 shot hand.


 

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