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If there is a more welcome addition to anyone’s shooting battery than a good quality 22 caliber kit gun, I do not know what it could be. This class of light revolver, chambered for the .22 rimfire cartridge, is a fun gun, a good trainer, and even a small game handgun. There are few handguns that will see more use in a family setting than a .22 revolver. The Rossi Plinker is light enough to be carried when hiking and fishing, and will not frighten youngsters learning to shoot.
The Rossi 92 carbine is a well-made carbine with good fit and finish. The .45 Colt cartridge is powerful and easy to use well in this carbine. The author likes this combination a lot and shares all the details in this article.
I love shooting, which is no surprised since I blog about it. While I will never get bored with my modern guns, sometimes I like to take a trip down Nostalgia Lane with some wheelguns and show my friends how things used to be. Despite the popularity and reliability or the semi-automatic handguns, the revolvers still has its place. It packs an amazing amount of firepower in a concealable package and offers people a level of protection they would not otherwise have. When you’re grabbing your concealed carry weapon this year, consider the dusty, old revolver. You might be surprised by how much you enjoy it.
As the suburbs continue to encroach on deer habitat, game departments have become more restrictive about which bang sticks hunters may use when hunting in the deer woods. Whether you are looking to extend your season beyond archery and muzzleloader, or if sticks and strings and front stuffers are simply not what you are looking for, buying a slug gun does not have to break the bank.
With that nostalgia feel, Rossi has made an affordable, modern-day version in a .22 LR /.22 Mag. convertible.