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    Congrats on your acquisition of one fine-lookin' Rossi revolver!

    I really like the looks of the grips.
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    Don't buy a Rossi thinking that you are going to find a bunch of grip options, because there really aren't very many. The Pachmayr Compac is really your only option.

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    @Photoguy, It seems that any grip designed for the original square framed S&W 36 series will work. In fact those for any J Frame, square frame should work. There are a few in addition to the used ones on the net. For "practicality" the Pachmayr grip is better than wood because they are bigger, have the finger swell, and being rubber, they won't slip in your hand. ( < < < for ME, better, anyway.) I just want some wooden ones to dress one of mine up, some.
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    I took my 462 to the range yesterday and had a realy good time. For me, the Rossi is just enough bigger than a Model 85 or J-Frame to allow me to get a reasonable sight picture and shoot decently. My 462 was a Gunbroker bargain and has proven to be a great find.
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    Bought a 35102 a few weeks ago. .38 +P model 2" snub. Went to the range with it this past weekend and was impressed. See my range report. Rossi 35102 Range Report
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    I have rugers a beretta and a ria1911.But i still have to say i feel most confident with a wheel gun in my hand when it comes to sd or hd..
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    Having come from an auto loading back ground I didn't know or love the blessed simplicity/reliability of a revolver untill my EAA Windicator.

    I now proudly own 2 M85 UL Duo-Toned .38 Specs and soon a SS Judge Public Defender.
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    Congratulations on your new firearm. I think the 462 will be my next revolver purchase.
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    How do you like the finish on your 461 ?

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    I know this is an old post but i had to finally come back and say after putting close to 900 rounds through this gun it has been flawless.And it makes me appreciate wheel gun a whole lot.Its my edc at the present time.I don't think i will ever part with this 462..
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