When I say the word "Good Condition" I mean to imply above average.
If I were to apply the term "above average" to a Rossi single shot then I would be lying to you. A Rossi single shot is definitely not above average. As a matter of fact it pretty well is below average. So the best rating I could give a Rossi would be "adequate". Meaning a tool that will get the job done. But definitely not nominal.
I have had experience with two Rossi's in 223. And one H&R in 223. Accuracy in the H&R was miserable. Accuracy in the Rossi's were at best acceptable for a truck gun. Rifles definitley did not shoot 1" 5 shot groups at 100 yards. More like 2"+. But the H&R was considerably worse.
IMO the H&R was worse because it had an incredible amount of freebore. I don't know why, but it did. Maybe they are trying to make them to work well with surplus ammo. I don't know. But it was bad.
If $200 is all you have. And it is buy a Rossi or not hunt, then I would buy the Rossi in a heartbeat. But that would be the only way. There ae too many considerably better rifles you can buy for just a little bit more money.