mrat ratlin: good little guns! my 7 year old killed a 8 point at over 400 yards with the
243 cal loaded with 100 grain Winchester power points. I set all my deer
rifles 3in high at 100 yards so they will be dead on at 400 -1000 yards
using a Simmons Deerfield scope . my 7 year old can group his shots at 200
yards that you can cover all of them with a quarter . as far as the guys
comment below @ fireworxs2012 he ether cant shoot or don't know how to set
garageguy879: Good video,those are some nice sights,,Ron Paul,hell yea,,I just subbed
Fireworxs2012: Cheap Plastic Crap.....I"ve fired several of these combos and I have yet to
find one that can shoot a group under 10 inches @ 100 yards...The .22 isn't
any better...Plus the ejector spring hangs up leaving the spent case in the
chamber for you to pry out. Rossi, Taurus, Same cheap garbage they've been
selling for years.
Kevin Vaughn: I just got tyhe matched pair in full size and love them. Mine is .243 and
20ga. Perfect little bug out gun, fun hunter, and fun to shoot skeet and
such. Great review.
WORRO01: I like those due to the fact of versatility. Thumbs up brother~~John
Adam Northam: Does changing out the barrels and adjusting the forearm screw mess up the
sighting/accuracy of the scope? Does the forearm screw actually adjust the
snugness of the barrel, or just hold the forearm in place?
AV8907: What is the name of the scope you have? I have been looking everywhere for
Paul Castillo: Thanks for the tips, I am going to buy one from an old friend for $220.
Good job on your videos and thanks again. Paul
biosandfilter: Love the shirt man Ron Paul for life!
FromTheIsland: Can you shoot 22 short in the 22 barrel
footballfreak237: @CJSBMXMX4518FL oh ok thanks
pingpingpong13: After shooting the 243 has it jammed on you? The first time I shot mine it
jammed up, I had to hit it off a freaking peice of wood and finally got it
unjammed, the second shot I did the break came undone fine.
footballfreak237: my rossi didnt come with the 243
Cthulhublanca: You can see you really got me fixated on the Rossi guns with this video.
Comment 6 days ago was supposed to ask if maybe youth and adult models
"don't" interchange, and website at aatigunstocks confirms this. They have
a nice collapsible aftermaket stock for $60, but forend specifically does
not fit youth models. Obviously does not fit W / Wizard models either.
econewpower: Thank you
jojogirl8616: hey there, do they send the rifles to your house or do you have to get them
sent to a gun dealer??
AV8907: Thank you so much and thanks for the quick reply! Sorry for not being
specific on what it was I was looking for. I have been looking for a low
power scope for my Rossi .22 for a while now.
GoatHollow: We recently bought the Rossi matched pair 410/22. I love it! will be
posting a review within a week or so!
popcorncrow: Those changable barrel guns are great. Single shot...is no handicap...and
saves ammo waste. I have a Thompson Center. You need more than one
shot....most of the time not. ;-) Good Video
SasquatchMan118: nice shirt! Ron Paul!
dan6896: do you know if you can use .22 magnum in the .22 barrel?
econewpower: Thanks! In 2016 I hope to be standing for Rand Paul and Andrew Napolitano
as a ticket.....that would be the dream team!
Newtire: I was impressed by the amount of gun you get for the price so bought one.
Shotgun and .22 barrel work great but you have to alter the 92a Weaver base
to make it fit. Also, the .243 barrel has so long of a throat that you have
to seat the bullets out to where you have only about 6mm of bullet still in
the case. Normal length ammo won't hit a 2 foot target at 100 yds. Varmint
or Cast bullets are not doable. I am experimenting with bullets and Sierra
Pro Hunter 100 gr.seem to fit. 3" groups.
econewpower: @pingpingpong13 No, I've not had that happened. Make sure before you fire a
new rifle you clean the chamber and bore really good as it has residue
sometimes burrs and shavings from the factory milling operations. Sounds
like you had something in the chamber or face that caused the lock up the
econewpower: The front screw mount is firmly welded to the barrel and appears to be very
well made. Thanks for the comment.
econewpower: I don't know why they don't standardize more, I think the Wizard frame is
nice, it's the shoulder stock that I can't get past - the stock is ugly as
mausercal65: I like your shirt & your gun .
econewpower: The .22 barrel which is the first one in the video has a Simmons 8-Point
3-9x40 scope, the scope on the .243 barrel is a great Simmons 44 Mag
4-12x44 scope with a Trueplex reticle and rangefinder. Both are very good
scopes - I have learned that the price and quality of Simmons, Bushnell &
Tasco are exceptional. All my scopes are a mix of those three except for a
single Nikon scope I have.
lucidrythm5150: I have been eyeing either the Rossi 12-gauge shotgun/.223 rifle pair or a
Savage Model42 .22LR/410 shotgun. Now, I am leaning towards the Rossi pairs
and sets based on your video review. Thank you and nice shirt sir!
econewpower: Boy, that Savage 22LR/410 shotgun combo over&under rifle sure is sweet! I'm
not sure I could make that decision easily.
econewpower: Fifty dollars for what, FFL transfer?
5thHorsemanofNAE: You sir are awesome
iam1inamil: i also wonder if the front screw mount [on the barrel itself] ,is of
dependable quality? ...maybe ask a gunsmith to look at it so you can have
no surprises in the future?
naturebc: That's not a combo gun. Just replaceable barrels.
econewpower: You have to have the rifle sent to an FFL dealer near you. Go to to
gunbroker or galleryofguns and you can find many local FFL dealers near
you. Usually the transfer fee they charge is only around $20 or $25
Cthulhublanca: FANTASTIC video. Looking forward to checking out some of your others. BTW,
have you found the barrels are interchangeable between Rossi rifles, or do
they need to be fitted to each receiver? Some of the rifles on Rossi's page
look like they have bull barrels.
yaks6312: hello if you take the back but stock off there is a weighted rod just
chilling in there. lol take it out.
econewpower: @gunhunter2257 Rossi sells barrels in many calibers that will fit this
rifle, they come in 30.06, 270, 7mm, 22-2250, 223, 45-70, 308, 3.62x39,
etc, etc. Go to Midwayusa and in their search bar type "wizard barrel" you
will get two pages of Rossi wizard barrels in rifle calibers, pistol
calibers and shotgun gauges as well. The barrels cost about $165 each. So
in theory you can have a single gun with many, many barrels for very little
econewpower: Thank you brother. I'm praying for your legislature to pass the proposed
new law to protect your 2nd Amendment rights from being eroded by the
Federal government. I hope that my state of Texas follows suit soon. We're
marching on Austin on the Jan 19th, let's pray over state government hear
us and stand for us. God bless you.
Roger Thomas: no
James Nichols: Nice T-Shirt sir! I stand with Rand and Ron also!!
Cthulhublanca: Absolutely. Handgrip area looks like a limp p- ... well it looks limp
anyway. I think they were trying to imitate the Thompson Rifles and it went
NCIcaucus: Nice shirt buddy!
cogurs99: wipe the residue off your ejecter an put vaseline on it
DoubleEdgedSword3: sweet set up. excellent value. especially in our times. nice shirt. God
Cthulhublanca: Seems foolish unless they are trying to push Wizard sales to the exclusion
of everything else. I usually let form follow function, and if it works
then I'm OK with how it looks, but the Wizard frame is too darned ugly.
Spencer Owens: would the .243 kick as much as the 20g? because it said that the 243 kicked
JoAnn Bruford: Hello, my daughter has the 22/410 combo so am I understaning that I just
need a 223 rossi youth barrel and it will fit right on? I dont need to buy
another rifle? If so sweet that a money saver