amadeo rossi Mod. 92 SRC info??

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  1. dang228

    dang228 New Member

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    Hello, someone gave me a .357 rifle today, and I was wondering if someone could give me some info, like age, value, etc.

    It says AMADEO ROSSI S.A. Model 92 SRC. it also says on it INTERARMS, ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA .38 SPL. -.357 MAG MADE IN BRASIL, the only number I can find on it is k 047253. Any info is appreciated. Thanks
  2. Bill DeShivs

    Bill DeShivs Well-Known Member

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    Not old. $350 new.
    Bill
  3. goatmullis

    goatmullis New Member

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    I have one just like it, except in 44-40. and I need a front and rear open sights
  4. Alpo

    Alpo Well-Known Member

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    Rear sight's easy. Marbles. Costs around 50 bucks. Front sight, though is gonna be difficult. Front sight is made as part of the front barrel band. You can either try to find a replacement band, or have a dovetail cut in your barrel.
  5. goatmullis

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    The dovetail peice is still on the barrel. Somebody put on peep sight and just slid the old open sights out of the dovetails in the barrel. What do you mean by Marbles for a rear sight.
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  7. doug66

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    Your lucky day.

    I have Rossi M92 also, nice little rifles. Mine cost around $300 back 10 years ago.
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    I've got a Rossi M92 SRC in .357 mag. that I got back in 1985 for $182.50. It's one of my favorite shooters. Very accurate and light to carry. The 16" barrel pushes 158 gr. .357's to about 1,800 fps, which is sufficient for deer out to 100 yards. Additionally, it will make an excellent home defense weapon in my opinion. If someone gave you one consider yourself lucky, they are highly sought after among the cowboy action shooters. :)

    ETA: Value is around $500 if in good condition.
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  9. goatmullis

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    Thank you! ALPO. I have searched everywere and had no sucess even a so called gunsmith could not find them. I looked at there site and I believe they are the answer. So Thank You Again Michael
  10. Alpo

    Alpo Well-Known Member

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    You are completely welcome.
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    Mine was made by Amadeo Rossi AFTER they retooled their plant in the early 2000's and BEFORE Braztec got involved and added that stupid safety switch on top of the receiver.

    These are the best Rossi 92s to have and are very hard to find.

    Made of much stronger steel than the soft steel of the original Winchester 92s. About 20 on the Rockwell scale.

    Mine is in .357 Mag & cycles & shoots like a dream.
  12. Hawg

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    I've got a Marbles full buckhorn on mine. I really like it.

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