What follows is just my opinion: recently saw several new Rossi lever guns at the gun show. All were either in the upper $400's or lower $500's. Higher than I expected them to be. If cowboy action shooting is driving the demand for lever guns - I believe its likely - then all lever guns are going to bring more money. I have a Rossi lever in 357. Think I paid less than $200 for it years ago. I don't intent to sell it, but if I did, I would be looking for at least $350.