Model 36 copy
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    Model 36 copy

    I bought this back in 1994 as a bedside gun. It’s from the Interarms years of Rossi production. Great gun: action and finish rival my Smith model 36’s. Added a BK grip adapter. Name:  14D6BF5F-B548-47A3-817B-A97A12A7EBEB.jpeg
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    The revolver looks great. All that matters is you enjoy it. Glad you like it.
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    Very nice! My understanding is that some of the past Rossi's were of good quality. I've never owned one, but if the opportunity happens by, I might snag it! Thanks for sharing the picture!
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    Very Nice! If it works and looks good, what more do you need?


 

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