Everything is 10-12" high.
Hello everyone! My only complaint about the rifle is the junky looking rear sight.
SOLD Caliber:.357 MAG/.38 SPC.
I really like this rifle, the 1/2 round 1/2 octagon barrel is classy, the wood actually has some grain in it, and the trigger is nice and light. It is a nice lever action side feed rifle with some minor cosmetic issues. Rossi Model 92 Lever-Action Carbine The Truth About Guns. Then changed to 158 grain 357 mags and at 25 yards I was shooting 6 inches high, I compared my sights to a friends rifle and my front sight is … He is the owner of Steve’s Gunz.Steve not only does action jobs and makes them ready for SASS competition he also has many period original tang sights and others like the original full buckhorn sight.
Due to failing eyesight (I just started wearing glasses) I am considering getting a tang sight for My Rossi 92 chambered in .357 Magnum. It has a gold bead front post with buckhorn rear sights. The Rossi Model 92’s trigger is simply outstanding for a lever-action rifle.
Not unlike the sights found on my Rossi copy of a Winchester 62sa .22.
Post by AJMD429 » Sat Mar 27, 2010 6:16 pm jlchucker wrote: I've seen the ad for those new Marble's bullseye sights, and am thinking of one for my Rossi 92 trapper, instead of the usual Marbles semibuckhorn to replace that cheap Rossi rear sight. I just want a plain jane blued blade in front, and a simple rear sight. I never liked the factory buckhorn & replaced it with a Skinner barrel sight. I purchased a Rossi 92 in .357 and I do not like the factory sights. 92 lever .357 with a 16 inch barrel. Re: Rossi 92 sights?? Restrictions Apply. Rossi R92 Lever Action Carbine Lever Action Rifle -The Rossi R92 lever action rifle has a beautiful brazillian hardwoods stock.
Have a Rossi '92 in .357.
Rossi ~ R92 ~ .357 MAG/38 SPC Description: This firearm is a Rossi R92 chambered in .357 MAG and .38 SPC. I would like to replace it with a more traditional looking semi or full buckhorn style sight. ... Rossi’s Model 92 is the last man standing. Order this to see how it would match up with the stock U notch rear sight. Hi guys I am thinking of changing out the front & rear sights on my Rossi Mod. ... Sights: Rear buckhorn elevation adj, front blade. Two questions, I have done some research on the internet and I really like the sights made by Marble´s. The pull measures an absolutely consistent 4.0 pounds, with only a modest amount of overtravel.
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Interarms Rossi 92 Rear Sight upgrade - Full Buckhorn Post by FatJackDurham » Sat Nov 10, 2012 5:52 pm Nearly everyone knows that the Interarms Rossi 92s feature a one-off rear sight dovetail that is oversized and can't be replaced with a 3/8 standard sight. High Jim, yes I just purchased a Rossi 92 in 357 mag,and shooting with 125 grain 38 specials I was getting 1 inch groups at 25 yards. Something simple.
This is with sight elevator removed. Do any of you know the best source for something like this?
Now, at its lowest position, and aiming 6 o'clock ( pumpkin on a post) i'm still shooting 6" high at 25 yds. It has a short pull which is almost completely smooth, with only one minuscule spot of ‘grit’ before the perfectly crisp and predictable break. One gentleman who specializes in the Rossi 92 is Steve Young in Lampasas, Tx. I have on older (pre top bolt safety) Rossi 92 in 45 colt. It is the customer's responsibility to follow all Federal, State, and Local Laws. Shoots great groups, except for one thing. My first choice would be a 3/32 large brass bead. Looked at Steves Guns several options.