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Old July 8th, 2016, 06:12 PM   #16
 
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Alright guys, thanks for the input! I'm going in tomorrow to handle it again and in all likelihood buy it. Of course, I'll get delayed by NICS.... the price isn't bad though, 439 i think



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I love my R92 in 357. Best carbine purchase I've made for the price. I highly recommend doing the polishing tune up on the action from the Nate Jones video. Go to the Rossi Rifleman forum for all kinds of information on Rossi carbines.
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Great little rifles. I have the 16 inch version in 357 mag. It was rough out of the box, but a little polishing here n there, now its outstanding. Plenty of you tube videos to guide you through a relatively easy job. Buy one and dont second guess yourself. You will be glad you did.
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Well i did it! Bought the rossi .357 with 20" barrel. Got delayed by NICS, again!! I really actually like the wood finish on the particular one i got. I picked the one with the nicest wood since all of the actions felt about the same. Im excited!
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Well i did it! Bought the rossi .357 with 20" barrel. Got delayed by NICS, again!! I really actually like the wood finish on the particular one i got. I picked the one with the nicest wood since all of the actions felt about the same. Im excited!
Congratulations. Now the fun begins!
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Well i did it! Bought the rossi .357 with 20" barrel. Got delayed by NICS, again!! I really actually like the wood finish on the particular one i got. I picked the one with the nicest wood since all of the actions felt about the same. Im excited!
Excellent! Once you get it, what is next? Shoot it? Modify?
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Here's a scope mount for Rossi 92:

Scope Mounts, NOE Bullet Moulds
I would be happy to sell you a blued one for $25 shipped that I'm no longer using. Sold the R92 (which I really liked) and the buyer wanted the steel sight re-placed. PM me if interested.
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I alwags break in a gun before i do any modifications. I'll do the minimum for it to feed reliably, probably won't have to do anything! We'll see
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Thanks for reminding me!

I have a Rossi 92 carbine in .357 I bought in the 1990's, old school no goofy lawyer safeties. Had some case head separtion problems and put it in the safe 10 yrs ago. I suspect it may have ahead space problem, so off to the gun doctor it goes!
I wish it was a 327 Fed, but 357 mag will do for now. I have several other lever guns , the most shootable being my Henry Big boy Steel in 357( about a pound and a half lighter than the regular Big Boy. My Win. 94AE in 45 Colt "Trapper" is the fastest handling with its 16" bbl.
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I would be happy to sell you a blued one for $25 shipped that I'm no longer using. Sold the R92 (which I really liked) and the buyer wanted the steel sight re-placed. PM me if interested.
No thanks, the NOE is a better option, it's a true Picatinny rail allowing easy mounting. And it comes in silver to match my stainless R92.
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No thanks, the NOE is a better option, it's a true Picatinny rail allowing easy mounting. And it comes in silver to match my stainless R92.


Mine IS a NOE but it's blue just to clarify for others.


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Think its Steve's guns out of Texas that has a trigger kit and peep.
I have one in .357 and sold one in .44, little ruff compared to the Henry but out shoots it hands down. Weaver scout scope and hand loads I can ragged one hole group at 100 yards.
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My Rossi 92 stainless in .357 has been problem free for the most part. I had some feed issues at first but that problem was solved with a new spring and follower.

The action has smoothed with use and over time. Don't shoot it a lot, but it is fun, accurate, and good looking too.
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My local Walmart has a Rossi 357 16". Are all Rossi's created equal? Marlin seems to have different grades of rifle being sold at Walmart vs a LGS.
Just wondering...
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Just stopped at Walmart and saw the Rossi 92 is still there! Is 529 about market value?
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