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Hi. I got a new 223 Rossi and posted my results a short while ago. I took the rifle to a gun smith to smooth up the trigger. I had talked about thinking the barrel was a lined affair. It is NOT! It is a one piece barrel. The lathe work in turning down the barrel on my gun just left a place that looked like a joint with a sharp edge. The target crown is also diffrent than most rifles. The cut does not come out to the edge of the barrel as far as most target crowns. I was wrong about the barrel being a lined barrel. I also wanted to comment on how dirty and heavily greased the inner workings of the gun were when I took it apart. There was so much grease I could not believe it. I know the gun will work better without that heavy dirty grease.
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Probably have them greased and oiled heavy due to shipments from south america. All that salt air in shipment plus they probably have to sit in a customs warehouse on the coast for who knows how long before they are released into the distribution chain.
 
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