I had to use Rossi (braztech) CS Tuesday. Called the 800 number - A nice young lady came on after about 15 mins. My new RS22 WSM has an issue where I can't engage the manual bolt lock after running 5 mags through it. She emailed me a label and I shipped it off to GA yesterday. Maybe send it back, and let them keep it for who knows how long. When it comes back - then sell it off. My R92 didn;t have a problem with the front bead, but I only kept it for about a year.
*For new RS22WSM owners a warning. I would not recommend removing the bolt for maintenance or lube. The bolt lock and actuator are not captured and will fall off when re-installing. The long recoil spring is only about 30% supported by the rod. Just like the old Winchester 190's when setting the recoil spring you have to manually compress the spring a few coils at a time, but even after compressing so the rod is flush with the rear bolt face, you will still have to kink the spring to force the rod into the bolt and seat into the rear wall of the receiver. Seat isn't really the accurate term, there is no preformed cutout to seat the rod into the receiver, it just kinda holds in place with spring tension. They should have used a dual captive recoil spring, but that might have cost a few dollars more.