LG2464 Not since Winchester / US Repeating Arms closed its doors in early 2006 has there been anything like this on the market. Photos show one of the first specimens we got of Rossi Braztech’s new M830, named model Rio Grande Lever Action Shotgun, in Stainless Steel. Although the history goes all the way back to the Winchester Model of 1883, this Rossi is more heavily indebted to John Marlin than to Oliver Winchester. The Weaver type scope base sitting atop this Rio Grande’s receiver emphasizes that fact as much as anything. That base is removable, of course, and it, the cross-receiver hammer safety, and the 1 inch recoil pad are the only 20th century trappings to this rifle. Styling is traditional repeating or lever action rifle type, only chambered for .410 gauge, 2 1/2 inch, shotshells. Construction is Stainless steel; barrel measures 20 inches, and gently rifled for accurate use of slugs, but not enough pronounced rifling to interfere with Shotshells or even buckshot. Company does not advise whether .45 Colt Ammunition is at all feasible; probably not. Capacity is 5 + 1 rounds of .410 gauge, 2 1/2 inch shells; this shotgun is not 3 inch capable. Sights are traditional buckhorn type with step elevator dovetailed-in rear and dovetailed blade front with brass tip. Weight empty is 5.8 pounds, balanced just forward of the lever mount strut on the receiver. Overall length is 38.9 inches, and length of pull is a very adult 13 7/8 inches from the face of the satin stainless trigger to the end of the buttpad. Buttstock and forend are traditional walnut-finished Brazilian hardwood. This specimen comes in a factory box marked, Factory Reconditioned. It carries, writes the label, the Exclusive Braztech Functional Repair Policy, but not on its finish. We know of no one who warrants finish anyway. The only detraction we see on this one, is a faint flattened area on the upper left edge of the forend about 3 inches forward of the rear sight, as the photos show. Apart from that, we do not detect any finish weakness whatsoever, apart from lever operation marking; and this Rossi is in its factory box just like it recently left the Miami warehouse, with its manual and keys for its internal lock. We rate it as Excellent in box and unfired, but photos ought to suffice for our shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. We have not cleaned it; any residue in the bore or chamber comes from test firing in Miami at the Braztech Facility. One sees Winchester 9410 shotguns advertised at prices approaching $1500 per unit. We’re offering the Rossio M830 Rio Grande in the photos, however, for only $ 459.00. 2% Discount if payment is by USPS Money Order & Not Credit Card.
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