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    Quote Originally Posted by larry View Post
    You keep trying that trick it works more often than not. Ground Hogs are almost blind but they hear very well so you gotta be still and quiet.

    Ground Hog is very tough meat but it is also very clean meat since they only eat green grass and weeds. You will have to crock pot it or use a smoker for about 13 hours. Once you get it softened up it tastes great and is tasty.

    Now Ken the Ground Hogs around hear hibernate this time of the year so I am not sure how that effects them. It's cold up this way, not sure about Idaho. This was more of a summer thing for me. Never done this this time of year.
    LOL @ larry. All the groundhogs around here are sound asleep this time of year as well. It is fairly cold outside, not as cold as what the middle and eastern part of the US are experiencing, but cold nonetheless. When I referenced the groundhog experience I was talking about it was also during summer months. If I remember right it was in June. As far as eating them, my wife just got a new crockpott for Christmas. LOL. We're going to have to try us some groundhog later this year.
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    my son received a surprise Christmas gift from his wife......a Heritage .22 with white grips. Quite proud of it. The bluing actually looked purty good. i only got to fondle it while he was down visiting. Maybe next time he can take me to the gun range for a change.......
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    Local shop has them for $189.00 each (new) as many as you want to buy. I have one that I use (and abuse) as a trapline gun. It's served me well for quite a few years now. Still accurate and fires every time with any ammo.
    You gonna pull those pistols or whistle Dixie?

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    I like mine. Can't beat it for the price with interchangeable cylinders. Just use it for plinking when hikeing. What really impressed me was the beautiful grips they put on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrub oak View Post
    I like mine. Can't beat it for the price with interchangeable cylinders. Just use it for plinking when hikeing. What really impressed me was the beautiful grips they put on them.
    Heritage does have some really nice grips available. The best part is you can order a set of grips right from them, and change the ones you have out in just a few seconds. Pretty decent little .22 pistol for under $200 US Dollars.
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    I just got one of these. I was looking for a .22lR revolver, and as I'm interested in the history of firearms a single action 'cowboy' revolver nicely killed two birds with one stone. I didn't even know what brand it was, just let my LGS order it for me for $215. Now I'm been reading up about them and watching video reviews online, and I'm really pleased with my purchase. I've only seen one negative review where a spring broke, twice, but it's not a catastrophic failure and still fixable so that doesn't bother me.

    Seems to me you can't beat the price tag (I could have got one from Cabela's for $200 right now, if they had them in stock) and it's supposed to be a fun gun, not your go-to home defence handgun or anything. It's a throw it in your bag kind of gun, a shoot soda cans from the back porch kind of gun. For the price it's really well put together, and I love the wood grips and how each one is slightly different.

    If I end up shooting it until it breaks then I'll probably just get another, or maybe a Ruger Vaquero or something similar, but reviews of 2000+ rounds fired are not having any problems yet and I doubt I'll get to that count any time soon.

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    one ground hog 1/4 cup white vinegar spices to taste I`m crazy so I use a lot of pepper.....Generally 7 kinds gradually hotter....jalapeno,ghost,Serrano,white,black,cherr y peppers,bell,onion........let sit 24 hrs.....then crock pot for 5 hrs remove bones......add water to rice ratio cook till rice done enjoy........

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    I would rather save my money and buy a Ruger Single Six,. The hand on the Heritage is really thin and the fit and finish does not compare with the Ruger.

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