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    Disassemble and reassemble the Rossi M92

    I saw a different video which convinced me to delay the attempt to fluff and buff and then I found this one tonight.

    Since I am considering buying a saddle ring that replaces the hammer screw...also a SS magazine follower.


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    Both mine have the saddle ring (357 and 44 magnums).
    Makes them work great with a single point sling.
    Both of mine have also been shot enough to not need any more fluffing and buffing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC605 View Post
    Both mine have the saddle ring (357 and 44 magnums).
    Makes them work great with a single point sling.
    Both of mine have also been shot enough to not need any more fluffing and buffing.
    That's what I was thinking after looking at "no drill" slings running 60-70 bucks. Slinging it is not going to be a frequent thing ..if at all, and I have a single point sling or two for the MSR's.

    Plus...it just looks cool.. The metal follower wasn't an utgent need either, but StevesGunz makes the comment that it's not a question of if, but when the OEM plastic one fails. That smacks a little of a sales tactic as I've not read of any personal experience with such a failure. I was going for one made of brass..to be more period correct, but then considered the visibility of a brass case versus a brass follower. Changed the order to steel.

    Now that I'm thinking of it, maybe I should tag a metal follower on the order for the Marlin.
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    Here's another link that may be of interest to '92 owners.

    Slicking up the Rossi 92
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lomax View Post
    Here's another link that may be of interest to '92 owners.

    Slicking up the Rossi 92
    Marauder's site's been around a long time and should have some good info on the '92 dating back to when it was the premier CAS rifle.
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    It is a relatively simple process and the difference in the rifle, before and after, is astounding if done properly. Smooth as warm butter ..........................

    PS: also got rid of that stupid safety
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    Very great resource for our beloved '92s.
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    Thanks for sharing the video!

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    I shucked the saddle ring, noisy, not good when working your way through the brush, but if you're not going to hunt with the gun, guess it looks cool. I bought an Uncle Mike's sling swivel kit and drilled and tapped my forearm ring. Wasn't a big deal, really.
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    I used a .25acp shell casing in my hole after removing the safety............................
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