When I bought my Rossi 92 in .357mag. I knew I'd have to do some work on It to get what I wanted. The rifle worked fine right out of the box with both .38's and .357's. I took It apart and cleaned It, polished the parts, installed a spring kit, and refinished the stock & forend. Also put marble sights on It there way better than the stock sights. In the end I have just what I wanted. A good looking .357mag. lever action rifle that's smooth and shoots every thing I've put in It (hp,sp,swc) very well. I paid $500.00 otd and put about $100.00 in parts to tune It up. For a total of $600.00 I feel like I got a good deal.