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Discussion in 'Rimfire Weapons' started by RugersGR8, Apr 19, 2019.
Tinstar in Weatherford sells them for $160.99 when they have them.
I bought one for plinking and it's been a great little gun.
Look at Altamont for the grips
So I will add an update on this thread. I was a pretty big supporter of Heritages at the $99 price point till I had a couple break and it was a pain getting them sorted out. I know a young man that has been using a wrangler real hard for the last few weeks since he got it. The gun has had some minor polishing and the springs swapped with some wolf springs to lighten the trigger and hammer pulls. The gun has very aggressive knurling and honestly the prep of the gun before ceracoat is not much to look at. The loading gates are still a beast. After saying that I will say the little gun is a tank and can be run hard. IMO it is a much stouter gun than the Heritage. This young man I know had the fortune of winning this over the weekend with his wrangler.
I dont fully understand the comparison between the Wrangler and Roughrider being that one is 2.5x the price of the other.
I only gave $199 for my Ruger Wrangler.
Most RR I have seen of late have been $149 the wrangler I spoke of was $169 on sale. No comparison imo after some time with both. Like I said I was at one time a fan of RR especially at $99 -$129 price.
Just saw this and thought I would pass it along. I don’t know if it has any validity since it’s a year+ old???
Ruger Wrangler dry fire warning....
Baz on Blades
Published on Nov 8, 2019
I never dry fire my .22 firearms. Exactly for this reason.