RUGER

WRANGLER .22LR 4.63IN 6RD - BURNT BRONZE

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$229.99

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  • Blade front and integral notch rear sights.

  • Chambered for affordable .22 LR ammunition.

  • Transfer bar mechanism and loading gate interlock provide an unparalleled measure of security against accidental discharge.

  • Cold hammer-forged barrel results in ultra-precise rifling that provides exceptional accuracy and longevity.

  • Cerakote® finish provides rugged reliability in all environments.

  • Checkered synthetic grips on a Single-Six® pattern grip frame.



Federal law requires firearms to be shipped to FFL Dealers. If you do not specify the name and shipping address of your dealer, your order will be delayed. Federal law requires that you be 21 years of age or older to purchase a handgun, frame or receiver. To purchase a shotgun or rifle, you must be 18 years of age or older. 18 U.S.C. Section 922(b)(1).

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While we make every effort to ensure that our product photos are accurate, manufacturers occasionally change the design of components such as triggers, sights, or magazines without notice. Also, modifications to the firearm or component may be required in order to meet specific state compliance requirements. While we make every effort to accurately describe and illustrate the item you are going to receive, there may be visual differences on various components that do not affect functionality.


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Grips Checkered Synthetic
Capacity 6
Front Sight Blade
Barrel Length 4.62"
Cylinder Frame Burnt Bronze Cerakote
Cylinder Frame Material Aluminum Alloy
Rear Sight Integral
Overall Length10.25"
Weight 30 oz.
Twist 1:14" RH
Grooves 6

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5/5 Stars Date: December 30, 2021 Reviewed by: Aquila Fun plinker.!

I had been looking at Heritage Rough Rider for a plinker but they looked cheap to me so I held off. When I saw a ruger 22 revolver for 2 bills I jumped on it. I stead of an ugly plastic safety the gun is made drop safe with a transfer bar which doesnt mess up the looks of it. It will only go bang when the trigger is pulled. Of all the 22s Ive shot, this little revolver is the most reliable. Maybe one round in 1000 will fail to fire. Unlike a normal single action the cylinder rotates freely when the loading gate is opened which make loading and unloading a snap. The only complaint I have, really, is because 22 is so dirty I have to quit after an hour of shooting because the casings start to stick in the cylinder. I can fix that by getting a second wrangler.