Rossi Returns to the Revolver Market

Two new models are out and a third will be in stores later this year.

Rossi Returns to the Revolver Market

Rossi has returned to the U.S. revolver market with three new guns that blend the timeless features from Rossi’s past with modern manufacturing techniques.

The new RP63 is a stainless-steel revolver chambered in .357 Magnum that’s perfect for home defense or everyday carry. It uses a rounded grip frame, which reduces printing when carried concealed. With a higher capacity than similarly sized revolvers, the RP63 holds six rounds in the cylinder. The sights are fixed, which is optimal for a carry gun, and the front sight is ramped for a snag-free draw. Like all the new Rossi revolvers, the firing pin is mounted on the hammer, which has been a feature of Rossi Revolvers for over a century. Rounding off this redesign is an all-new match-grade trigger that elevates the shooting experience.

The RM66 is a six-shot revolver with the same fantastic trigger as its 3-inch brother,

but sports 6 inches of barrel and adjustable sights. Perfect for range day, ranch work or

revolver competition shooting, the RM66 will also squeeze the best possible ballistics out of

the .357 Magnum cartridge. Although this revolver is also stainless steel, it uses a square butt

configuration, making the RM66 easier to shoot with full power magnums or .38 Specials. 

Later this year, the 4-inch “do everything” RM64 will join ranks with the RP63 and

RM66. Medium-frame 4-inch revolvers chambered in .357 Magnum are widely regarded

as an optimal choice for a revolver that does everything well. You can carry concealed, use it in the woods, hunt with it, defend your home with it, or even shoot IDPA with it. It features the same match-grade trigger as all the Rossi revolvers, and the same adjustable sights as the RM66. 

The RP63 and RM66 are available now, and the RM64 will launch later this year. 

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