Rossi Ranch Hand....do not buy it >>>>>

Rossi Ranch Hand....do not buy it >>>>>

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    Thumbs up Rossi Ranch Hand....do not buy it >>>>>

    Yesterday I went to a LGS and finally saw one and got to handle it. This piece was already sold to someone else. All I have to say is please do not buy this pistol..........................so my dealer can find more so I can buy one from him . It actually looks like it is nicely made for a $500 pistol. They told me everytime they get these in, they sell out pratty quick. They are actually looking for more. I told him that I would check back with him every so often to see if they got any more in. Overall it looks like a fun gun to have, just because !!! God Bless


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    Sorry I bought one yesterday

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    No worries. I won't buy one.
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    No worries - you can buy mine.

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    Go to Gun Broker.com, there is 65 of them listed. I'm not sure what the polnt of this pistol is. Also I doubt that any ranchhand ever had one.
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    Ergonomically speaking this makes much more sense than any cut-down clone of a Winchester Model 1892 lever-action rifle.

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    Now, if they could come up with a rendition of the old Smith & Wesson in a modern chambering we'd have something.
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    No worries. I won't buy one.

    Nor will I.
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    I don't quite get the "pistol" reference...some technicality that I'm not aware of no doubt, but, while I enjoyed "The Rifleman" as a kid, I don't see a use for this particular firearm in my stable.

    Good luck with your quest, though, oddly enough not everyone likes the things I think are cool, either.
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    Oh you youngsters. The gun is from Wanted Dead or Alive, starring Steve McQueen. His character, Josh Randall, carried it on his hip in a holster made with two pieces of spring steel to hold it in. Very cool then and now. My dad was a machinist and made my Mattel lever gun to look like McQueens. Course those were the days when you could play good guys and bad guys with out getting suspended from grade school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by denver View Post
    Oh you youngsters. The gun is from Wanted Dead or Alive, starring Steve McQueen. His character, Josh Randall, carried it on his hip in a holster made with two pieces of spring steel to hold it in. Very cool then and now. My dad was a machinist and made my Mattel lever gun to look like McQueens. Course those were the days when you could play good guys and bad guys with out getting suspended from grade school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dadsnugun View Post
    I don't quite get the "pistol" reference...some technicality that I'm not aware of no doubt, but, while I enjoyed "The Rifleman" as a kid, I don't see a use for this particular firearm in my stable.

    Good luck with your quest, though, oddly enough not everyone likes the things I think are cool, either.
    Its classified as a pistol by the BATFE. It along with the Mossberg JIC (pistol grip shotgun with no butt stock) are pistols as far as the feds are concerned. As such they can only be transferred to a person in that persons state of residence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by denver View Post
    Oh you youngsters. The gun is from Wanted Dead or Alive, starring Steve McQueen. His character, Josh Randall, carried it on his hip in a holster made with two pieces of spring steel to hold it in. Very cool then and now. My dad was a machinist and made my Mattel lever gun to look like McQueens. Course those were the days when you could play good guys and bad guys with out getting suspended from grade school.
    It was way sexier on Gina Torres:

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    Doesn't fit any of my shooting weapon criteria
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