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    Rossi Ranch Hand

    Just got My issue of American Rifleman and what I saw on the cover made Me drool.
    The New Rossi Ranch Hand lever action Pistol, 12" barrel and short stock in 38/357, 44mag and 45colt, even though it is manufactured as a Pistol, it still looks like and has the action of a Rifle.
    Rossi is saying November or December 2010 before it's available, I can't wait to see one in the stores, just hoping the price isn't too steep.
    Hoping to score one in 38/357.

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    Re: Rossi Ranch Hand

    I saw that too. Pretty neat. I don't think it has much practicality, other than it could be a lot of fun.
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    Re: Rossi Ranch Hand

    Rossi has a much better price on theirs than what I saw a while back on a special edition Winchester "Mares Leg", if I recall correctly those were priced around 12 to 15 hundred dollars.

    I agree with you Smokewagon in that I don't see a real practical use unless you are into the "B" westerns and the western progtrams of the 50's on TV. I know that I thought that the one used in the TV series "Bounty Hunter" was sort of "COOL", especially with the holster they had for it!
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    Re: Rossi Ranch Hand

    Now thats a Alaskan / Moose bear gun.
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    Re: Rossi Ranch Hand

    Look somethin' like this?

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    Re: Rossi Ranch Hand

    def looks cool... gotta get a pistol permit for it in NJ I believe!

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    Re: Rossi Ranch Hand

    I like this picture much better
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    Re: Rossi Ranch Hand

    Now, I think I might want one.
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    Re: Rossi Ranch Hand

    It appears you could contrort to shoot that thing from a shoulder. It would be a poor fit, but it might be more accurate that way. A gun you can fit in your saddle bags and shoot almost like a rifle and it's legal.
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    Re: Rossi Ranch Hand

    A while back I bought a Puma 45LC carbine with a 16" barrel. I bought it mainly because I thought it would make a good gun to carry in a backpack while hiking. The "Ranch Hand" would work even better for that purpose. Stow it in a short scabbard on the side of the pack and you've got it with you if you need it. It would make a good tool for a Bug Out Bag!
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