John Goodwin: It's also a take-down, in case you didn't know. Unscrew the big screw and
while the screw is still connected to the receiver, pull the barrel and it
goes into two pieces.
Matthew Drinkwine: A lot of people don't mention this but when Winchester stopped making the
Model 62, Rossi actually purchased all of the machining tools from
Winchester and brought them down to Brazil. Even though it's a replica,
technically it's made from the same machining tools that Winchester used.
shaverlocal: Owned a gun store and gave one of these to my son when he was 10 in 1990.
He brought it up to shoot on our property about a month ago and forgot to
take it home. I have been having a ball with it, extremely accurate. I woke
up the other morning and wife says a gopher has been sticking its head in
and out of it's hole. Went out with the 22, not even having a cup of coffee
and timed his head bob with a twenty yard kill. Really cool rifles and more
accurate than my Henry.
rugerron67: You are going to regret selling this rifle .
So years latter I bought another one that I will never sell.
The Price on these little rifles is starting to clime pretty good.
MrZombieslayer409: how much do u want for it
jasonwalldog: I have this exact same model Rossi. My father gave it to me 25 years ago. I
would never sell it. Broken down it makes a fun rifle to take backpacking.
Only thing you didn't mention is that you can hold down the trigger and
just work the pump for fast (but inaccurate) shooting.
gostodearmas9mm: do not porcaries de guns
superjosh2001: Please don't sell that, it is priceless and you can't just pick one up. its
The Real Hawkeye II: You failed to mention that it's a replica of the wonderful Winchester Model
62 (introduced in 1932), a John Browning design that was hugely popular
before it was discontinued by Winchester in 1964, and which was an update
on the model 1890, first produced by Winchester in that year.
jbmortensen: Thanks for showing. Had one of these as a teenager. I still have several of
the guns given to me as a kid by my dad. Will not sell them. Why are you
selling? I assume it is sold by now. Why not take it out more and shoot
it??? Just because something sits in the safe more doesn't mean its time to
Brady C: I have one
Decker: This was the first gun I ever fired. My dad still has it back home... love
chanderson1: Funny, but I think that gun would outlast most modern day firearms. Very
cool little rifle. They dont make them like that anymore. Thanks for
Benmeister233: I got one of these for my 16th Birthday party, at a nice log cabin located
right next to a National forest in Ohio. A friend who i inited had an uncle
who just happened to live a few miles away so he stopped by and gave me one
of these along with a pant load of LR ammo. It was in perfect condition.
It's very accurate and fast shooting this a perfect example of a "oldy but
a goodie" rifle. You can also take it apart pretty easily to store in a
pjc1536me: have you sold it yet? how much are you selling it for?
fisherdigital: nooooo dont sell it . i sold my first now i wish i had not.
chapiit08: Buy from private sellers, don't fill up any paperwork, after you do that
THEY know what you have and will come to confiscate it if need be.
Rawley Wilkes: Great video bro.
Patriot36: Thanks was cool! Such classic lines on that thing. Thanks for the vid!
rockbay79: How much does a rifle like this sell for these days?
chapiit08: I own a Winchester 1906 and a 62A, both are great guns, foolproof mechanism
from the design table of genius John Moses Browning. I wish Miroku came up
with a run of the 62A
brian5171995: I just bought one of these from a pawn shop and it looks brand new out of
the box. There is no scratches or anything on it and i would just like to
know the value of it. I think its worth about $250-$300 but IDK
Mrcaffinebean: Great video. I gotta ask, why are you selling it? It's your first don't
your want to keep it for sentimental reasons?
nevadacoz: Your first gun - a gun your dad gave you 20 years ago - and you're gonna
sell it? You're gonna regret that one day. I have one too and wouldn't sell
or trade it for anything.
randomxdinosaur: I don't think you should sell it. Give it to one of your children and keep
it in the family.
djrocker1007: How much did you end up selling it for?
SOUTHERNANDPROUD1861: My dad had the 22 short only rifle made by Winchester just for the shooting
booth at the fairs long time ago with the octagon barrel.
Samuel Taylor: the firs gun i ever shot was a rossi
HPG45: Looks pretty damn good but can't surpass the original, have mine passed
down through five generations. Old as hell and even with its special/unique
slide function it still shoots like a beauty. Great, informative video on a
somewhat rare rifle.
T Walker: I want it back! Dad
BowerBladeworks: Don't sell! You will regret it, trust me.
CWBD: I Have one of these, which Are common in Brazil. I love it, my father left
to me. With the right ammo (CBC Hyper), it has the same stopping power as a
.38 pistol. I´m buying another, semi-auto, with scope, but still feeling
bored to fill up all the paper work necessary to buy any gun in Brazil ...
ponsau: I have one of these, they are awesome. And you can unscrew them and break
it in two pieces. So it's easy to pack. I think they make great survival
rifles because of this. And mine is really accurate.
STEBO211: what did you got for it !!
collin carroll: i truely enjoy ur vids
hckrwolf: My dad had this gun... and when my parents divorced and we moved out, my
mom had the police confiscate it because she thought it was "too dangerous".
therealdeal989: ? Why would you sell it? Your suppose to hand it down to your blood.
krazy45cat: Great Little Rifle ,The Take Down Feature Is Nice !
brctom1: I have the Winchester Model 62 dated 1937 (according to Win. by serial #)..
Thanks for sharing ! Mine shoots like a dream.... Inherited it from my
GUNSMITH44: Wtf your dad gave it to you and your selling it.
rockbay79: I have one of these rifles but mine says "SAC" . What does this indicate?
Nigamin Celso: An oldy but a goody? wut
Ebon Drake: I have this same exact rifle. My dad bought it for me as my first rifle
back in the 80s. I wouldn't sell mine for the world.
Wayne Galley: I have the same gun, I've been thinking of selling mine and buying a semi
auto. It's a great little gun and pretty rare here on the east coast of
YourMilageMayVary: My number one rule is never sell a gun....
sidewindermack: You will be sorry that you sold this rifle. You've had it for over 20
years. It was your first gun and your Father gave it to you. If you want
another gun just go buy it. You need to put it back in the safe.
DemonHide: I find it interesting how it has "external" lugs for the locking mechanism,
no doubt also copied from the Winchester. Gotta agree with some folks in
the comments, be a shame to sell it... You got your reasons, I'm sure. Good
luck with the sale!
The ol 31: stock to mine cracked on the neck looks good until you see the break
Tim Masters: I bet u miss it.I have a stainless model 23" barrel I replaced the sights
w/fiber optic its very accurate.I gave 225.00 for it.I can't take it
anywhere without being offered 500.00 over and over.but nope I say its
going to my son when he's ready.
youblowyouidiot: God, my only wish is that I had something of my Father's. You're a great