Greetings, Last week I picked up a Rossi lever action model M92, chambered in 38 special/357 magnum. Yesterday up here in Ohio it was 60 degrees, now that's almost unheard of, so I had no choice - I had to take my new carbine out and run some ammo through it. Outside of just being new & stiff, it ran all of my ammo just fine. The sights could use just a bit of adjusting thought. Originally I made up all my rounds for two revolvers ( S&W model 10-6 w/4" bull barrel, S&W model 28-2 w/6" bull barrel) with the intention of purchasing a lever action carbine to run the same calibers. I Chrono-ed all my 38 special & 357 rounds and did some bench and standing free hand shooting from 15 yards out to 50 yards. It was a bit breezy but not "too" bad, although 50 yard shots were getting a bit sketchy from time to time, of course that could have been the shooter - I don't know . I did have two 357 mag with 158g XTP HP's collapsed into the cartridge on me... I usually don't put too much of crimp on those rounds so the "new" spring tension found a potential flaw in my rounds - at least for use with this gun. These were also Nickle casings, no problems like that with brass - something else to go back and test. The accuracy winners were my 158g LSWC rounds by far both for 38 spec & 357 mag. followed behind by the 158g XTP rounds. Oddly enough all my Plated rounds 125g, 140g & 158g didn't seem to do as well through the Rossi, they were fine but just not as good as I expected. Velocity winner was my 140g XPB HP (Barnes), S&W 357 mag - 1,196.5 fps and the Rossi - 1,761 fps/Standard Deviation 13.96664, with a noticeable kick out of the carbine. All in all I am very pleased with this carbine this fits the bill quite nicely and will for many years to come.