ROSSI Introduces the Brawler Single-Shot 410/45LC Pistol!

The Rossi Brawler single shot pistol.
The Rossi Brawler’s MSRP is $239.99. (Photo: Rossi)

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Bainbridge, GA // August 3, 2023 – Rossi, a renowned name in the firearms industry, is thrilled to announce the upcoming launch of its latest innovation, the Rossi Brawler single-shot pistol. Designed to deliver unparalleled performance and versatility, the Rossi Brawler is set to revolutionize the market with its exceptional features and affordable price point.

The Rossi Brawler boasts a unique combination of power and precision, offering shooters the choice between two popular calibers: .410 Bore and .45 Long Colt. This dual-caliber capability ensures that users can adapt to various shooting scenarios, making it an ideal choice for both self-defense and recreational purposes.

One of the standout features of the Rossi Brawler is its hammer-fired, break-action single-shot mechanism. This design not only enhances reliability but also simplifies operation, making it an excellent option for both experienced shooters and beginners alike. The break-action system allows for quick and easy reloading, ensuring minimal downtime during shooting sessions.

Equipped with a picatinny rail featuring a built-in rear sight, the Rossi Brawler offers enhanced accuracy and customization options. Shooters can easily attach their preferred optics or accessories, allowing for a personalized shooting experience tailored to their specific needs.

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The ergonomic recoil-absorbing grip of the Rossi Brawler ensures maximum comfort and control during shooting sessions. This feature significantly reduces recoil, enabling shooters to maintain accuracy and stability, even during rapid-fire situations. The steel receiver with a polymer overmold provides durability and reliability, ensuring the pistol can withstand the rigors of hard use.

To complete its sleek and robust design, the Rossi Brawler features a black oxide finish, adding a touch of elegance while providing excellent corrosion resistance. This finish not only enhances the pistol’s aesthetics but also ensures its longevity, making it a reliable companion for years to come.

The Rossi Brawler is set to hit the market on August 3, 2023, with an affordable manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $239.99. This competitive pricing makes the Rossi Brawler accessible to a wide range of firearms enthusiasts, without compromising on quality or performance. For more information about the Rossi Brawler and to stay updated on its release, please visit

About Rossi

The Rossi revolution of firearm design and manufacture started with the founding of the company in 1889 by Amadeo Rossi. For the past 120 years, the tradition of innovation grew along with the company and the Rossi family. Today, as part of Taurus Holdings®, a Rossi firearm still features the same dedication and innovation in every firearm. Rossi looks forward to providing its customers with the next generation of great firearms. For more information about Rossi Firearms, a Division of BrazTech International, visit

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  • Glen Rudesill August 17, 2023, 5:32 pm

    I don’t know, I would rather have my single barrel be on top of a pump with a tube containing more rounds so my second action isn’t throwing the pistol and a cutlas charge. Just sayen’.

  • Greg O'Bleness August 7, 2023, 2:06 pm

    So is this a smooth bore or what? What is the barrel length?
    I don’t think a single shot is going to be much of a ‘defense’ gun. Even with 410 it will hit 1 attacker and reloading will be up to the person that just took it from you.
    Nice promo piece.

  • Todd August 5, 2023, 6:40 pm

    Price seems a bit high for what it is….. or isn’t.

    I see about $180 in product there.

  • Mad Mac August 4, 2023, 11:24 am

    Back in the day, I had a Thompson Center Contender in 410/45 Colt.
    My recollection is that only a couple of inches of the barrel were rifled
    allowing it to be classified as a pistol.

    A friend of mine was able to break thrown clay birds with it
    which I thought was impressive.
    But .45 Colt accuracy was non existent.

  • John ROBERTS August 4, 2023, 11:03 am

    Worthless for shotshell use with rifled bore. Yawn…

  • Ford Prefect August 4, 2023, 10:42 am

    “This feature significantly reduces recoil, enabling shooters to maintain accuracy and stability, even during rapid-fire situations.” – Likely on the lower end of the “rapid-fire” scale…

  • Greg Sellers August 4, 2023, 8:19 am

    Is it smoothbore or rifled?

    And yes, they had one before, similar, with a .22 barrel to interchange with it. Always wanted one, then they stopped making it before I got it…

    • Blue Dog (he/him) August 4, 2023, 10:34 am

      It would have to be rifled, otherwise it would be a short barreled shotgun.

  • Don Tros August 4, 2023, 4:27 am

    I like this idea a lot but the problem with a rifles barrel which allows you to shoot 45LC, is it spins shot shells a lot cause a very big spread too early! Go look at the videos on the 45LC/410 revolvers! The 410 is almost useless after a fairly short distance. Don’t armchair debate it, go look at the videos of them!

    • Blue Dog (he/him) August 4, 2023, 10:35 am

      So, watching online videos is not armchair debates?

    • Mike in a Truck August 4, 2023, 12:14 pm

      Back in the 80’s my buddy had a TC Contender in 410. Took it rabbit hunting over dogs- what a lot of fun! I’d like to see this Rossi with interchangeable barrels. I’d buy one.

  • Blue Dog (he/him) August 3, 2023, 2:57 pm

    Didn’t Rossi already do something like this? Basically just a short version of one of their single shots with that ugly Taurus revolver grip? Don’t get me wrong, this Brawler looks way better than their original version.

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