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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by LuckyNemo, Jan 29, 2013.
Rossi Ranch Hand .38/.357
Just a fun gun. .... can't wait to shoot it
I like this one since I saw it in a John Wayne movie!
I like the short lever guns like that. What are the big loops for? Is that just for doing tricks? Or for operating while holding a rope or something really specialized like that?
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Congrats!!! I would like to get one.
Isn't that a homage to Steve McQueen's gun?
Been wanting one as well.
For cocking the gun by twirling it. It's a John Wayne thing, which got picked up by The Rifleman.
Is suppose to allow you to cycle the lever with gloves on.
Wow, very nice
Nice pick up. I've got one in .45 colt.
very neat id like one in 44mag
Twirling it violates pretty much all the safety rules at once, but some dingbat in Hollywood thought it was cool.
Arnold did the same with a cut-down 1887 shotgun in Terminator 2 as well.
Gotta love it !! What ever you do , don't make it all black ! They'll want it on the LIST !!!
I have a question. I can't believe I don't know this because I'm pretty well versed in firearms but is that considered a pistol or an SBR? If its a pistol I want one!
Is it just long enough overall? Just wondering because it looks really short in the pic.
It is a pistol.
Yup pistol. ....overall 24"
Used to have one. Like all Rossis lately they're a bit rough and need either to be opened up and polished, or some thorough breaking in. Mine also liked to chew up brass early on. Sadly it was stolen. Hope the thief enjoys hot brass in the eye.