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Rossi 357 Mag Lever Action w/24" Octagon Blue Barrel/Walnut

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Model: R92-51001
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 56487
UPC: 662205982552
MFG: Rossi USA

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Smooth wood forend and stock. Bolt safety. Single stage trigger. Thumb safety. R92 Round Barrel models feature crescent buttplates and an extended front sight.
Finish Blue
Action Lever
Caliber 357 Magnum
Barrel Length 24"
Overall Length 41.5"
Trigger Single Stage
Safety Manual Thumb
Capacity 12 + 1
Stock wood

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Reviewed By: Darin K on 03/18/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Excellent rifle, I've had no issues thus far with mine. I have seen a lot of reviews of this rifle that make the rifle appear to be hit or miss on quality or fit and finish. Mine, so far, has been great. The finish on the wood isn't bad, but could use a little more tung oil or something. I can take care of that though. The action on the gun was a bit stiff at first. I cleaned it out real good and then lubed it up very liberally. I then cycled the action several times while watching tv one night. when I went to the range, it functioned flawlessly and the action has improved even more sense shooting it.

Accuracy, I knew it would be good, but dang, it is very accurate. 38 special shot lower and dropped sooner than 357, but with full power 357 rounds I was hitting steel plates at 200 yards with this gun pretty consistently.

I thoroughly enjoy shooting this gun and am very pleased with the purchase. I do plan on removing the safety since it's pretty useless and I may put a peep sight in it's place, but not sure yet.

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Reviewed By: Matthew G on 03/11/2013 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I got this rifle within the advertised time, which is actually pretty decent with the crazy way gun sales are going right now. I was very happy with Bud's speed on this.

The rifle itself is in very good condition. It cycles, fires, and ejects perfectly. The finish on the metal is impeccable. The wood foregrip is slightly asymmetrical, but hard to notice normally. It cycles a bit rough when out of the box, but I got mine silky smooth after cycling it a few hundred times over the course of an evening.

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Reviewed By: Frederick S on 05/22/2011 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
The gun was just as advertised. AS ALWAYS! No Problems with Bud's!

Took it to the field the day I bought it and it's a POS. Won't eject .357 or .38. I've had the gun since October. had it apart and back together a dozen times and it still won't eject. Sent back to Rossi in May and will update with more information in the future...

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Reviewed By: Jim D on 03/08/2011 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Just got it from the FFL after being shipped to him from Buds; and have wanted
a long barrel 357 for so long I've over looked a few things I don't care for in the gun.
The most notable is the safety location and the fact it looks really "lame." I don't
know what else to say about it - it appears like it could fall off at any time. The
wood on mine is not nearly as nice as the pictures here or at Rossi. Otherwise
I'm still very happy to have a lever action 357 for less then 500, a new one at that
and a 24 inch barrel too! I fired one box of 357 through at the range a few hours
ago and everyone worked great - so I hope I don't see the ejector problems someone
else reported.

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Reviewed By: Frederick S on 03/06/2011 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
I bought this gun about 6 months ago. I wanted something that would match a caliber to a handgun I have. Since I bought the gun, I started reloading and found it doesn't always work that way. I like the gun because it's simple. However, and here's the bad part... The ejector didn't work! I had the gun apart about 5 times and couldn't figure out why it wouldn't eject the brass. Finally, a mail trip for the bolt to Steve at Stevesgunz, plus another 100 bucks the ejector was replaced, machined and installed in the bolt. I still like the gun but it cost more $$$ than here.

So, bottom line, if you have trouble ejecting the brass be sure you get Braz-tech, Rossi, Taurus or whoever makes these to fix the ejector BEFORE you take it apart!

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