New R95 45-70 Government Model with Multiple Barrel Lengths from Rossi USA

New R95 45-70 Government Model with Multiple Barrel Lengths from Rossi USA
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Rossi USA, known for its innovative firearm designs, has expanded its R95 series with the launch of the new R95 45-70 Government model. This latest addition is set to meet the varied demands of shooters with its advanced features and customizable options.

The R95 45-70 Government model stands out with its precision-crafted hammer forged barrel, known for enhancing accuracy and extending the rifle’s lifespan. It is compatible with common aftermarket parts, making it a versatile choice for enthusiasts who prefer custom grips, rails, and accessories.

One of the key highlights of this model is its smooth, hand-finished lever action, bringing a blend of modern performance and classic elegance to the user experience. For added convenience and safety, the rifle features a large loading gate, facilitating easy and pinch-free reloading.

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The new model boasts a 5+1 capacity, with a 5-round tube magazine and room for one in the chamber, providing ample firepower for various shooting needs. The rifle’s aesthetic appeal is elevated by its hardwood walnut finish, complementing the deep blue steel with a touch of tradition.

Enhancing its versatility, the R95 is factory-drilled and tapped for optics using 8-40 screws, making it easy to install common mounts. The availability in three barrel lengths – 16.5″, 20″, and 22″ – offers flexibility for hunters, sport shooters, and outdoor enthusiasts to select the configuration that best fits their requirements.

Jorge Spat, the Product Manager at Rossi, expressed excitement over the new model, highlighting its combination of classic aesthetics and modern features. The R95 45-70 Government is designed to cater to the diverse preferences of firearm enthusiasts.

For more information on the Rossi R95 45-70 Government model and other Rossi firearms, interested parties are encouraged to visit the Rossi USA website at

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  • Mark N January 18, 2024, 11:54 pm

    I’ve always wondered what “Brazilian hardwood” is and wonder why Rossi only builds rifles with a walnut finish instead of actual walnut. Price point? AS it is, the Winchester 1886 costs the same with a 22″ barrel, and real walnut furniture and a blued receiver. For ten bucks more, you get two more inches of barrel and two more rounds. The only negative thing you can say is that they are made in Japan, which is really meaningless since the build quality is so high.

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