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New Heritage Barkeep .22 Revolver Sports Old West Flair

Heritage Manufacturing, producers of classic-style single-action revolvers, is pleased to announce the newest member of the family – the Barkeep.

New Heritage Barkeep .22 Revolver Sports Old West Flair

The Heritage Barkeep Revolver comes with a .22 LR 6-shot cylinder and is available with wood or pearl grips (shown above). (Photo courtesy of Heritage Manufacturing Inc.)

This pint-size revolver has an Old West flair and was inspired by the 19th Century Colt “Storekeeper” model. The single-action Barkeep comes chambered and ships with the affordable .22 LR 6-shot rimfire cylinder and two-inch barrel. This revolver also is compatible and designed to work with an interchangeable .22 WMR 6-shot cylinder option.

Built for optimal concealability in a light and portable package, the Barkeep boasts fixed open sights for fast action and a clean sight picture. Several grip options deliver classic western styling to compliment the standard black oxide or case-hardened frame finish.

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The Heritage Barkeep Revolver is designed to work with an optional .22 WMR 6-shot cylinder. (Photo courtesy of Heritage Manufacturing Inc.)

The Heritage Barkeep Revolver is designed to work with an optional .22 WMR 6-shot cylinder. (Photo courtesy of Heritage Manufacturing Inc.)

With a two-inch barrel configuration, this compact carry revolver also includes a stylish ejector pin with a turned wood handle with an “H” logo on top to give it the full days of yore feel. The Barkeep checks all the boxes for form and function.


Barkeep Revolver Specs:

Caliber: 22LR
Capacity: 6 RDS
Twist Rate: 1:10 RH
Firing System: Hammer
Action Type: SAO
Safety: Manual
Front Sights: Fixed
Rear Sight: Notch at Rear
Grip: Custom Scroll Wood or Gray Pearl
Cylinder Material: Alloy Steel
Cylinders Included: 1
Cylinder Finish: Black Oxide
Frame Finish: Black Oxide or Simulated Case Hardened
Overall Length: 7.95 in.
Overall Width: 1.50 in.
Overall Height: 4.86 in.

Item No: BK22CH2WBRN10 / Custom Wood Scroll Grips MSRP: $160.61
Item No: BBK22B2GPRL / Gray Pearl Grips MSRP: $189.39


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