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Old 12-03-2012, 03:43 PM   #1
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Default Rossi "Model 62" 22 Pump

Had this one for a good many years.
Nice little breakdown 22 that shoots straight.
Made in Brazil.


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Old 12-05-2012, 02:49 PM   #2
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Nice little 62.
Taurus made those for several years,as well as a copy of the Winchester 63-I have one of them.
The rifles are very well built,but some did have some problems.My 63 has always been a great gun,but is very picky on the type of ammo it likes to shoot.
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Originally Posted by Threetango View Post
Had this one for a good many years.
Nice little breakdown 22 that shoots straight.
Made in Brazil.

I had one just like yours only with a hex barrel...believe in the mid nineties. I sold it about a year ago. Never had any problems...very nice plinker and cheaper than a Winchester. Best regards Dick
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