Official R92 Picture Thread

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Official R92 Picture Thread

Postby prsman23 » 28 Feb 2013 14

As I sit here wading through as much info as I can while I patiently wait for my new rossi in 357 to make it out of layaway I was looking for a few pics to drool over. Unless my search skills have deceived me I haven't found a rossi 92 picture thread. Maybe this can be the start of one!
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Re: Picture thread?

Postby Ranch Dog » 28 Feb 2013 14

You are absolutely right. Every forum worth it's salt has the official picture thread so let this be the start.
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Re: Official R92 Picture Thread

Postby Ranch Dog » 28 Feb 2013 14

My collection of R92s are scouts, here is the 357 Mag, 44 Mag, 45 Colt, and 480 Ruger.

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The 454 Casull was most recently added and it too is a scout.

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I've tried to document the success of all these rifles in the "Field/Hunting" forum, there are additional pictures there of the critters these rifles have taken.
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Re: Official R92 Picture Thread

Postby pricedo » 28 Feb 2013 16

A bunch of hogs is called a sounder.
A bunch of zombies is called a herd.
Don't know what the collective word for guns is??
How about brace or maybe for working Rossi 92s it is cured-headaches? :mrgreen:

Congrats on the nice looking brace of Rossi 92s.
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Re: Official R92 Picture Thread

Postby Ranch Dog » 28 Feb 2013 20

pricedo wrote:A bunch of hogs is called a sounder.
A bunch of zombies is called a herd.
Don't know what the collective word for guns is??
How about brace or maybe for working Rossi 92s it is cured-headaches? :mrgreen:

Congrats on the nice looking brace of Rossi 92s.


I'm laughing out loud cause I guess you can google anything! It seems that a bunch of zombies is either a "pack" for a small group of less than 4 or 5, or a "horde" if it is anything larger! I learn something new everyday. So I guess if all you expect to encounter is a pack, the RG will do. If you expect a horde, you better push the R92s tube full!

I've always thought that the groups of hogs are called "sounders" because a they move hogs locate the group with soft grunting hogs. I love hearing that noise out in the brush!
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Re: Official R92 Picture Thread

Postby williamc » 01 Mar 2013 10

Great idea!! Here's my pride and joy:

.44 Magnum Stainless 92, 20" barrel.

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Re: Official R92 Picture Thread

Postby Ranch Dog » 01 Mar 2013 10

Very nice William!
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Re: Official R92 Picture Thread

Postby Arktikos » 01 Mar 2013 13

weconway wrote:Great idea!! Here's my pride and joy:

.44 Magnum Stainless 92, 20" barrel.

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Sweet! I love the look of stainless Rossi's!
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Re: Official R92 Picture Thread

Postby Arktikos » 01 Mar 2013 13

I haven't gotten out to take many pictures as this time of the year the weather is pretty dreary here but here is a couple I have posted here before of my 92 454 Casull (my first of many Rossi's!).
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Re: Official R92 Picture Thread

Postby Arktikos » 01 Mar 2013 13

Ranch Dog wrote:My collection of R92s are scouts, here is the 357 Mag, 44 Mag, 45 Colt, and 480 Ruger.

The 454 Casull was most recently added and it too is a scout.

I've tried to document the success of all these rifles in the "Field/Hunting" forum, there are additional pictures there of the critters these rifles have taken.


That is a very nice extensive collection! I think the Rossi M92 looks fine with a scout scope.. Maybe I will go that route someday..
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