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    i been wanting one of these in .357mag. it would partner nicely with my 586 4"bbl... gets good reviews, and a fair bit less than a Henry... although i'd rather have a Henry. wife would prolly use it on me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by G-rat View Post
    i been wanting one of these in .357mag. it would partner nicely with my 586 4"bbl... gets good reviews, and a fair bit less than a Henry... although i'd rather have a Henry. wife would prolly use it on me.
    Yea I saw that there is plenty of Henry's out there in .410 also. When I got my .44 Mag Rossi. I thought about getting it in .357 but opted for the .44



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    Shot today. Federal pistol buckshot 000 2.5 inch was the clear winner. 25 yards hand size pattern. Shot mistletoe out of the oaks with #9. 21 feet or so hard to gauge distance. So I feel inside 25 yards it's a killer. (Buck) I would use it for yard pests an coons but not deer.

    Put about 60 rounds thru it. The hornady critical defense 410 did not do as well as it does in the governor or the judge.(rifled) Very pleased with it but would swap it for a 357, 44 or 45 lever.
    Need to pull it apart and polish the feed ramp. I noticed you need to cycle it with authority, no weak wrist crap.

    Looked up the Henry 410 $700.....wow

    Forgot to bring the slugs! Dammit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel_Rider1969 View Post
    Shot today. Federal pistol buckshot 000 2.5 inch was the clear winner. 25 yards hand size pattern. Shot mistletoe out of the oaks with #9. 21 feet or so hard to gauge distance. So I feel inside 25 yards it's a killer. (Buck)

    Put about 60 rounds thru it. The hornady critical defense 410 did not do as well as it does in the governor or the judge. Very pleased with it but would swap it for a 357, 44 or 45 lever.
    Need to pull it apart and polish the feed ramp. I noticed you need to cycle it with authority, no weak wrist crap.

    Looked up the Henry 410 $700.....wow
    $700 but it's a Henry.

    Our Rossi's are like a Keltec it's neat but out of the box it's a POS. You will have to go though it and fluff and buff and maybe spend some more money on it to make it a fine running machine.

    I did that to my Rossi and keltecs and now they are flawless. BUT it takes some work to get them there.




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    Yep. I have the circuit judge. Not too impressive till I swayed the barrel and found it to be .452 switched bullets and is fantastic. .452 ftx = dead critters popped this one at over 75 yards. Even got the Hollywood flip. DRT.

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    Took the .410 apart, slathered red polish on the moving parts sprayed oil all inside. Watched two movies while working the action over and over and over. Much smoother now. Have to scrub all the crap out and see. Can work the action with one finger now.
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    I have no big use for a lever action shotgun in the USA, but in australia pump guns are not legal for most people there, but lever guns are legal and I bet they sell a lot of them over that way.

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    Me either, but it sure is fun. I like it. I have the circuit judge and its great. DA and shoots the 3inch.
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    Australia has some cool models... wow they have some cool shit.

    https://www.guncity.com/?q=rossi%20lever
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