Rossi Model 37 Youth .22 pump

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  1. LewR

    LewR G&G Newbie

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    I am looking for additional info on the Rossi Model 37 Youth .22 pump rifle. I have one in great shape and thought I would use it in a trade, but I am not sure of it's value and there are almost no listings, even on Google, for this great little rifle I purchased NIB in 1978.

    Any help would be greatly appreaciated.

    Thanks!!

    Lew

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  2. LewR

    LewR G&G Newbie

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    I am wondering if anyone even owns one?
  3. VictrolaMan

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    Rossi Pump 22

    Hey,
    Is this the 33 inch youth model in pump for .22 cal?
    Victrolamn@aol.com


  4. VictrolaMan

    VictrolaMan G&G Newbie

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    Rossi Pump 22

    Is this the 33 inch pump 22 model?
  5. LewR

    LewR G&G Newbie

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    Once I get it back out of the rear of the gun safe - I will measure it up. How many sizes were made? What is your take on that particular length?

    Thanks!!

    Lew
  6. CoastieN70

    CoastieN70 G&G Newbie

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    I actually just aquired one of these today and found this thread while doing research on the gun.

    Originally the "carbine" version of the Rossi Model 37 was designated the Model 57. The gun I aquired today came as new in its original box (bearing the guns serial number) and is labled model 57. The original manual is for a model 37. Except for barrel length the M57 and M73 are identical.

    I found this referance Argentine Pump-Action Rifles but feel that it is not entireally correct.
    I believe my gun is of 1968 vintage (based on markings on the box) and was imported by "The Garcia Corporation" not H&R.

    Another interesting feature of my gun is the fore end/ hand grip; it is short and has no grooves. I know it is original as it matches the stock perfactly.

    I also have two other Rossi .22 pumps but both are Interarms imports and marked SA62...
  7. LewR

    LewR G&G Newbie

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    Okay, I pulled out my paperwork - and found that I misread the Model #.

    What I have is a Model 57 with a 16.5 inch barrrel, made in Brazil.

    I am going to try to scan the papers (Has info in both Portuguese and rough English) and post them here - let's see if I can at least accomplish that correctly - LOL

    {EDIT} www.mrbvd.com/rossi - I posted the full size scans there - Pix are big - so give them time to download
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