I was looking at the Heritage Rough Rider .22 revolver on Bud's, and noticed the message below regarding low melt point laws. I've got to admit that I was ignorant of these laws, so I googled it. Of course, the stuff you read when you google it equates "low melt point" with "cheap" and "low quality". It appears to be a complete gun-grab approach to getting what they can with respect to gun laws.
Having said that, are these low-melt alloy frame guns likely to be shorter-lived with respect durability? Any thoughts on that?
"This gun is not legal to own in:
Due to the melt point laws in these states..."