I own and thoroughly like Rossi 92 rifles. I have five - 357, 44 magnum, 45 Colt and two in 44/40. I've been told (although I don't know if it's true) that Rossi bought the machinery from Winchester, after Winchester had quit making 92s, so they are the closest to a "real" 92 of all the replicas, including the "new" Winchesters, which are made by Miyoko in Japan.
The Rossi can be a little rough. Gun makers don't want to pay for the hand work involved in fine fitting, like they did back in the day. On the 44/40 models, they have a rep for mangling the mouth of the case upon ejection (44/40 has a very thin case mouth. Other calibers have thicker walls and don't sustain as much damage).
Mine have all been to www.stevesguns.com
for action work. He does the hand-fitting, and they come back slicker than snot on a doorknob. Well worth the 150 bucks Steve charges. I understand he now has a six-month waiting list.
All of mine are pre-safety, and made before Taurus took over the factory. I have no idea if the current ones are worth a damn.
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