Got to the range today and put two new guns through their paces. I had been wanting a .22 revolver for cheap plinking, and I found a Heritage Rough Rider with the bird's head grip, which I really like the feel of. I love the look, feel, balance, and accuracy of the RR. It shot both bulk .22 LR and Winchester Super X .22 WMR well. With fixed iron sights, it will probably never be a tack-driver, but it hits around point-of-aim and is fun to shoot, which is all I expect of it. The only negative I have so far is that I have already noticed some finish wear after only one range session. Reviewers have pointed out finish problems with the RR elsewhere, so I am hoping that this isn't a harbinger of rapid wear to come. Here's a pic of the revolver along with the obligatory target photo. These groups are about as good as I can achieve with cheap ammo and iron sights. Here's a close up of the .22 WMR group. I was pretty pleased with three of those shots. A really fun gun -- hope it holds up!