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Rossi .22/.410

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by unionguy, Dec 13, 2009.

  1. unionguy

    unionguy Portland Active Member

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    I just bought one for my 10 year old son...his first firearm.

    Anyone have experience with them...any nuances or bugs I should keep an eye out for?

    thanks!
     
  2. RockKrawler

    RockKrawler Gresham Member

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    I picked up one for my youngest son a while back,he out grew it before the barrels ever got broke in.
    Other than that,they go bang,barrels are easy to swap,and are light weight enough to be a good trainer for a young shooter.
    Make sure you do not over tighten the hand guard,it can split.
     
  3. branchbuster

    branchbuster Albany Active Member

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    I got my son one as well. Be aware that because of the lite weight, the 410 has a lot of kick. On ours the ejectors tend to stick, other wise pretty good.
     
  4. unionguy

    unionguy Portland Active Member

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    Thanks guys...this is helpful. I'll watch the extractors. He's a year or two away from the .410 for sure, but good to know so I can lean on the conservative side.