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    New Rossi R92 .357

    20" stainless... Exceeding expectations!

    Cost me $550. Picked it up today.

    This rifle has the smoothest out- of-the-box action and best trigger on a Rossi I've ever experienced! (This is my third)

    The fit and finish also exceed my expecatations.

    Range report as soon as possible.

    Well done Rossi!

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    Nice!!! One maybe next on the list???

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    They want $550 for the blued ones around here.

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    When you fire full load 357 Magnums, let me know if you get a bulge in the brass by the base.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    When you fire full load 357 Magnums, let me know if you get a bulge in the brass by the base.
    I don't with mine, would be checking head space..............
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    When you fire full load 357 Magnums, let me know if you get a bulge in the brass by the base.
    Will do... Haven't gotten it to the range yet

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    I miss my Rossi 357, it was perfect right out of the box also. Never saw the need to do anything to it except polish it. Wish I would have never traded it. That's one that I wish I would not have let get away. Life regrets.
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    Let us know how she shoots and congrats are in order for picking up that beauty.

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    Took it out today and wow...

    It fed and cycled everthing I had--- .357 and .38spl alike.

    I tried several brands and styles of ammo, all functioned.

    I was pleased with the action and trigger and it shot at point of aim (however, I was only shooting at 30' and was shooting at Newbold self-healing targets). I was mostly function testing the gun.

    The dang loading gate is stiff and sharp... If they made a loading tool to save my fingers I'd buy it.

    Someone should be able to engineer a better loading gate (I suppose Winchester rifles have a better one, but I didn't want to fork out the $300-400 extra for a Winchester)

    Very pleased so far with the rifle

    Accuracy test to follow

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    I use an empty case to push the last round into the magazine to save my thumb. How does the base of your brass look? Any bulging?
    “…democratic socialism, the great utopia of the last few generations, is not only unachievable but that to strive for it produces something utterly different – the very destruction of freedom itself. As has been aptly said: ‘What has always made the state a hell on earth has been precisely that man has tried to make it his heaven.'” F.A. Hayek

 

 
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