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Just now, robtattoo said:

I had a 16" stainless Rossi in .357 & I regularly kick myself for letting go of her.

I did the full action slick-up & trigger job too.

What an idiot.....

You didn't happen to live and sell it in Knoxville about 4 years ago did you?

I bought a like new Rossi 92 on a Sunday meet up there. It's a sweet rifle.

My wife likes it too. That pretty much means it's hers now.


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I don't honestly remember who I sold it to. I would assume it was on here though.

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Have a Winchester 1892 in 357 magnum. Fun to shoot with a smooth action. However does have the safety. Always wanted a Cimarron 1873 brush gun in 357. It has a half octagon 18 inch barrel. Never shot a Cimarron but they seem to be well made. The brush gun version seems to be harder to find in stock however. The 1892 action is my favorite.

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Thanks for all the responses. It has given me a lot to think about and check out. Now if I can only find a store in Memphis that might have some in stock...

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On 9/29/2019 at 4:43 PM, pop pop said:

I have a Henry I purchased 3 years ago. It is a keeper, and I don't have a problem with the tube magazine. Mine shoots 38's or 357 reliable. 

I bought my first Henry .22 about five years ago.  It was followed by a .44, .357 and 45-70.

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