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Rossi Revolver 357 RemMag 4" 6rd Black Rubber Grip Blued

Rossi Revolver 357 RemMag 4" 6rd Black Rubber Grip Blued

Rossi Revolver 357 RemMag 4" 6rd Black Rubber Grip Blued

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Reviewed by 6 customer  
ROSSI 357 MAG, April 18, 2013
Bought one of these 2 months ago and was I surprised with the pretty finish they do on these. Just like the old days of gloss black. Its a joy to shoot, will buy more maybe a 44 mag next. rating of 10 on this one!@!
By Rrrr from Montana
Spend an extra $100 and get a Ruger, April 09, 2013
All R971 variants have very poor threading in their cylinder screws which are very hard to replace and fabricate. My cylinder fell out after 100 rounds and the weapon was worthless over a part that cost a penny to make in Brazil, the gunsmith could not remake the part. Do yourself a favor GET A RUGER GP 100, Rossi's are not sturdy revolvers.
By Bullseye from Los Angeles
Okay for the Price, January 05, 2013
This is the 2nd Rossi 357 I have owned. My 1st one was a 971VRC. Shooting that revolver provided me some of the most enjoyable moments. I should have never sold it. Last Spring I decided to purchase another Rossi 357. The revolver I bought just didn't seem to have the quality that my first one had. The rear sight came bent. (I didn't return because I was putting a scope on anyways) Another issue I noticed was about every 20 rounds or so, it seems like the hammer doesn't strike the round. Maybe it's the ammo but either way it's irritating. I don't know if I will ever purchase another Taurus/Rossi product again, but then again you get what you pay for
By Englewood from Mid Missouri
No complaints, October 27, 2012
I have had the gun for about 1 year. Through all the rounds I have put through it (357 and 38's) I have had no problems. There is noticeable end play in the cylinder, but I have gone to gun stores to compare theirs to mine and it seems that all Rossi's have this type of end play. Never spits, and again never had a problem.
By Justsometiredguy from Ca
A fun wheel gun..., December 16, 2010
The Rossi is a decent revolver. Lots of fun to shoot and is perfectly accurate. I have experienced a couple of problems with mine however. On hot days while shooting .357, the cylinder becomes very 'sticky' so to speak. It does just fine with 38 spl though. Overall an enjoyable pistol to own, but due to some flaws I cannot give a 4 or 5 stars. YMMV.
By Joseph Carpenter from SW Missouri
Cheaper than a S&W, December 01, 2010
Way cheaper than a S&W and works well. Solid feel. Small enough to conceal. Nice finish. Heavy triger pull. The price really increases the rating. All parts work well. Nothing gone rong yet.
By Dan from Oklahoma
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