“Old West” style coach gun with exposed functioning hammers. Rossi manufactured this model in Brazil from 1974–1988, I am told it has better metal than the current Chinese clones! Top of right barrel reads “The Overland”, top of left barrel reads “12 Gauge 3”", top of rib reads “Amadeo Rossi, S.A. & Made in Brazil”. Factory Specs: 20” barrels, 3” chambers that can shoot 2 3/4" shells & magnums and 3” magnums, coil hammer springs, rebounding triggers, stock has 14” LOP with 1 5/8” drop at comb and 2” ¾ drop at heel, Full beavertail type forend. Description: Serial #T123833, production #1664. No box or papers. Not a perfect gun, has scratches (wood & metal) but is a good shooter for cowboy action shooting which is what I used it for. Has slight barrel separation between the front left barrel & rib that doesn’t effect shooting (see last pix). I would think that a gunsmith should be able to resolder it. Left side firing pin has been replaced (I bought it that way). In pix 1 the barrels look bent,they are not it is the angle of the camera shot. This is a NO RESERVE auction with a low (below book value) starting price. This gun is being offered for sale locally therefore the auction may end early if the gun is sold locally before any bids are received on this auction. “AS IS” SALE, NO RETURNS UNLESS I HAVE GROSSLY MISSTATED THE DESCRIPTION OF THE GUN! Feel free to ask questions and more photos are available.
“Old West” style coach gun with exposed functioning hammers. Rossi manufactured this model in Brazil from 1974–1988, I am told it has better metal than the c
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