In search of a 92 but plate and screws

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In search of a 92 but plate and screws

Postby bohica762 » 06 Mar 2021 12:36

Well, this might be in the wrong place to post this, and if so, apologize.
But I am hunting for a butt plate and screws for an older, blued steel, pre-safety Interarms imported, Rossi 92 in .357 that I managed to rescue from a fella that thought the .357 kicked enough to need a big old chunk of rubber glued to the butt stock.
Thank heaven for Goo Gone.
Any help at locating one would be appreciated, as my dealings with Rossi direct have led to much frustration.
Can’t seem to find a human being there, just a phone tree that assures me they value my call, but are too busy to actually answer it.
Thanks for any help at all.
Bohica out.
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Re: In search of a 92 but plate and screws

Postby golfish » 06 Mar 2021 22:19

I've compared the rifle butt plates (Winchester vs Rossi) They are close enough to make do..

I assume your asking about the carbine model ?

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Re: In search of a 92 but plate and screws

Postby GasGuzzler » 07 Mar 2021 06:58

I have an older, blued steel, pre-safety Interarms imported, Rossi 92 in .357 if you need measurements, etc.
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Re: In search of a 92 but plate and screws

Postby bohica762 » 28 Mar 2021 18:41

Thanks for the replies guys. Took me a while to find my post again! If anyone has actually used a Winchester 92 butt plate to replace a missing Rossi 92 one, that would be good to know. My gun has a 20 inch barrel, don't know if in Rossi land that means carbine or not?
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Re: In search of a 92 but plate and screws

Postby Archer » 01 May 2021 17:57

Rossi made 20" round barreled carbines and also 20" octagonal rifles.
In Rossi land the carbine buttstock may be about an inch shorter than the rifle.
The carbine typically has the buttplate that wraps around the top of the stock with a curve and looks like it MIGHT be formed out of a chunk of sheet metal that was stamped in a press.
The rifle has the crescent buttplate that has a sharp point to the rear at the top and bottom of the butt. It also has a section that extends over the top of the stock at the rear but it looks more like a cast (or machined) part than one that was formed out of hydraformed sheet. I've heard these buttplates are designed to fit around the arm at the armpit rather than into the shoulder at the collarbone and are a relic from use on horseback.
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