If you can afford to pay $175 for a POS then you can surely pay $225 to $250 for a quality gun that will last a lifetime.Fumbler said:
Not everyone can afford to go buy the best guns nor does everyone desire to have the best guns.
It can get you hurt if you forget to use it.Moose in KY said:
Now how is that gonna get you hurt?
There were two choices here.Fumbler said:
How about you try giving advice without bashing someone's possible choices for purchases.
By all means buy the Heritage if you lack the manaul dexterity to perform such a highly difficult task as removing the spent rounds from the Ruger.mdoerner said:...is when I work the extractor, the cylinder has to be held out of position (i.e. rotated so it does not rest with a chamber not lined up with the barrel) manually. The Heritage does not have this problem.
I have several that are. That is a very important part of good modern gun designs.mdoerner said:
I'll one-up you here. NO GUN ON THE FACE OF THE PLANET EARTH IS DROP SAFE.
If you can't remove ALL the empty brass from a Ruger in less than 10 seconds you are physically handicapped or an idiot.mdoerner said:
Since when does lack of ability reflect lack of intelligence? I suppose all the physically handicapped people out there are just being stupid, right?
Bad taste in firearms has killed several people.mdoerner said:
Since when has bad taste ever killed anyone?