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This is a discussion on Rossi 92 assembly question/tip within the Ruger Lever-Action forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; So i took my rossi 92 apart and gave it it's first good cleaning. I followed many videos online. They all use a spent (or ...


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Old July 23rd, 2016, 11:51 AM   #1
 
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Rossi 92 assembly question/tip

So i took my rossi 92 apart and gave it it's first good cleaning. I followed many videos online. They all use a spent (or sometimes live!) Round in the assembly step. Why? I tried this and it just would not happen for me, but i could easly do it without the ejector in place. So i just carefully assembled it with the ejector and no round. It really is not hard. In fact, it is far easier. I understand the issue is what if we go through all the effort of reassemy only to learn at the end the ejector collar slipped off.... well that is impossible if you know what to look for! If there is a little springiness as you close the lever, and you can close it all the way, then you can drive the pin in and you're good to go!



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