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Rossi 357 Magnum Price

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by red04montels, Nov 10, 2013.

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  1. red04montels

    red04montels Member

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    I'm curious as to what the price of a Rossi revolver is.

    Its a 357 magnum, 6" with stainless polished finish.

    It looks to be in great condition, I'm just curious what the value of said gun may be?
     
  2. Vern Humphrey

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    Others may have different opinions, but I would rather have an S&W or Ruger than a Rossi, and would be willing to pay the price difference to get the better gun.
     
  3. red04montels

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    Thanks for the input vern, it may be worth paying a bit more for a sw or ruger used.

    Here is the model number for reference:R97206
     
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    How does this:


    ..answer this?

    Assuming it's a used gun in good or better (near-new) condition, retail price in these parts would run around $350. Some haggle room may even be present.
     
  5. Vern Humphrey

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    It's simple -- a "good price" is only a good price if it's on a good gun. A Smith or Ruger at twice the price -- whatever the price is -- would be a better buy than a Rossi.
     
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    I passed on a Rossi 941 in .38 special for under 2 bills. At first I wanted it for a vehicle gun but I just wasn't desperate for a bottom drawer shooter. Once you buy a S&W model 10 for less it's hard to swallow this upward trend in pricing.
     
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