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Am thinking of getting one of these just for plinking and have found lots of reviews. But, after a pretty diligent search I still can't find where they are manufactured.
Any input would be greatly appreciated.


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They are 100% USA according to the FAQ on their home page.

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I have it's older brother "EAA bounty hunter 22/22mag" and mine shoots great. if you get one, I predict you'll be happy.
yes it's made here unless I'm mistaken.

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It's made in Florida. Taurus bought Heritage a few years back, but apparently didn't change anything - it's still made here in the USA, prices are still reasonable, and according to most reviews quality is good.
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I always have liked them, they sell for a good price and they feel and handle very well.
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bought mine years ago, really like it

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Thanks for the replies. I ordered one yesterday with 4 3/4" barrel and .22LR cylinder from my LGS for $149.00 OTD. These are a lot cheaper at Bud's but when you add transfer fees it comes out about the same. I also like to support the locals when I can.


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Thanks for the replies. I ordered one yesterday with 4 3/4" barrel and .22LR cylinder from my LGS for $149.00 OTD. These are a lot cheaper at Bud's but when you add transfer fees it comes out about the same. I also like to support the locals when I can.


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as the a soon to be owner/operator of a lgs thanks

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Got the Rough Rider today. I am very well pleased with the fit and finish. Considering the price all is great. Will report back after a trip to the range.


hwb13, All the best on your venture. If we do not support the locals we will become a "Wally World"


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Got the Rough Rider today. I am very well pleased with the fit and finish. Considering the price all is great. Will report back after a trip to the range.


hwb13, All the best on your venture. If we do not support the locals we will become a "Wally World"


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good luck with your firearm and good on you for supporting your local shop.
if i can buy something from the local guy i do it. there used to be 8-10 shops
here within easy driving distance. now there is 1 independent shop.

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