Re: Rossi M971VRC .357 value
You can buy whatever you want. You ask the question, if you didn't want honest opinions you shouldn't have ask the question. I spent a lot of time on the range as a police firearms instructor, I have seen good firearms and firearms that gave the owner problems to the extent of when the gun was shot a lot or was fired enough to make it hot it didn't function or broke. Rossi was one of those guns. I wouldn't own a gun I didnt believe was dependable. I don't consider handguns disposable and I would rather only have to buy a better made gun once, than a cheaper gun and have it break and then buy another. Like all advise you are free to take it or leave it.
When you are up to your butt in alligators, it is hard to remember your intent was to drain the swamp. Stay focused!