Disassemble and Reassembly of the Rossi m92 and Bolt

The Rossi Model R92, a lightweight carbine for Cowboy Action, hunting, or plinking! Includes Rossi manufactured Interarms, Navy Arms, and Puma trade names.

Re: Disassemble and Reassembly of the Rossi m92 and Bolt

Postby Gabby » 21 Jan 2013 05

I would not have even thought about taking mine apart that much for cleaning until I read your post. Great job and great pictures.
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If anyone wants a PDF file of Quinc's disassembly

Postby Arktikos » 02 Feb 2013 13

Every time I come across information like this I try to save it as a PDF, often times because I am away from the internet connection, but also because the internet itself could someday be in jeopardy and there is some info too valuable for me to lose.
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Re: Disassemble and Reassembly of the Rossi m92 and Bolt

Postby Ranch Dog » 02 Feb 2013 17

Arktikos wrote:I was unable to post a PDF here as the file is too large but if anyone would like a copy of it to keep on their hard drive PM me and I can email it to you.


I have adjusted the attachment settings so you should be able to attach the PDF now.


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Re: Disassemble and Reassembly of the Rossi m92 and Bolt

Postby Arktikos » 02 Feb 2013 19

Thanks RD, here is the PDF:
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Re: Disassemble and Reassembly of the Rossi m92 and Bolt

Postby pricedo » 02 Feb 2013 21

The PDF is a really handy, stable & robust file format.
The Adobe Acrobat Reader gives you limited ability to create them but I have a copy of Adobe Acrobat Professional on my computers and can make PDFs out of just about anything with many available security features.
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Re: Disassemble and Reassembly of the Rossi m92 and Bolt

Postby Arktikos » 03 Feb 2013 02

pricedo wrote:The PDF is a really handy, stable & robust file format.
The Adobe Acrobat Reader gives you limited ability to create them but I have a copy of Adobe Acrobat Professional on my computers and can make PDFs out of just about anything with many available security features.


I just have the cheap one, Print to PDF or some such but it works good enuf. When I go to tearing my 92 down I am going to print off a copy so I can follow along without my laptop hogging up the bench.
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Re: Disassemble and Reassembly of the Rossi m92 and Bolt

Postby scottz » 03 Feb 2013 18

Thanks to both of you for the PDF!

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Re: Disassemble and Reassembly of the Rossi m92 and Bolt

Postby k80clay » 30 Mar 2013 22

Am I the only one that doesn't remove the locking lugs from the lever during disassembly?
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Re: Disassemble and Reassembly of the Rossi m92 and Bolt

Postby Rooster59 » 31 Mar 2013 08

I remove them so I can clean and relube the pivots and mating surfaces. Probably overkill but it makes me happy.
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