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The Chinese Zodiac says this is the Year of the Tiger. The PewPew Zodiac says it’s the year of the rimfire!

They say that when March comes in like a lion it goes out like a lamb, but this March is already roaring in with Heritage Manufacturing‘s “Year of the Rimfire.” What’s more, the lion’s going to keep roaring right up through March 31 in this first celebration of America’s favorite caliber, the .22. Naturally, it stars America’s favorite single-action revolver, the Rough Rider series. To get the party started, Heritage is offering a mail-in rebate on all small-bore Rough Rider handgun purchases through the end of March 2022.

Why? With the renewed interest in rimfires for plinking, small-game hunting, training, and “something a little different,” Heritage Rough Rider’s small-bore revolvers bring back the spirit of the Old West with their single-action styling, classical interchangeable grips, .22 LR- and .22 WMR-chambered cylinders, multiple barrel lengths, and numerous sight and finish options. These revolvers are suitable for everyday ranch and farm carry, a fun time on the range, collecting, or to complete a western-themed display.

Heritage is presenting a $20 mail-in rebate offer to help qualifying buyers to get in on the fun. From now through March 31, 2022, buyers of small-bore Rough Rider single-action revolvers can submit an online form to receive a $20 rebate in the mail. Visit your Heritage dealer to see the Rough Rider single-action rimfires for yourself or visit HeritageMfg.com for “Year of the Rimfire” rebate details and to learn more about the Heritage Rough Rider series.

5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Mark Rowbottom

    March 12, 2022 at 2:29 pm

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    Ditto but DA Convertible 4 3/4!

  2. James

    February 24, 2022 at 12:13 pm

    I would like to see Heritage bring out it’s line of rimfire revolver in 25 Stevens and 32 Long.
    Also, Ruger could chamber it’s 10/22 for the 25 Stevens and call it the 10/25 rifle.

    • John Adams

      February 24, 2022 at 1:40 pm

      James:

      .25 Stevens ammunition is $4.51 per round. That would get a little expensive for plinking.

      • James

        March 1, 2022 at 10:29 am

        If Heritage produced revolvers in 25 Stevens, I’m sure that the ammunition companies would tool up and start production of 25 Stevens.
        I’ve seen 22 Magnum ammo selling for $25 to $35 per box of 50. 9 mm Luger is selling for $15 a box of 50.

  3. Jim

    February 23, 2022 at 11:20 pm

    Would rather have a compact auto with 15 to 20 rounds of .22WMR.

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