First Look: Rossi R95 Lever-Action Rifle

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posted on July 27, 2023
Rossi R95 Lever Action Rifle Lead

Rossi has announced the launch of its latest lever-action rifle—the R95. This new lever gun combines the timeless lever-action design with modern features, delivering an unparalleled shooting experience for hunters, sport shooters and firearm enthusiasts alike.

Rossi R95 lever action rifle full length facing right on white background.

The R95 is chambered in the popular .30-30 Winchester, and is available with either a 20-inch Classic or 16.5-inch Trapper barrel in order to cater to individual preferences, ensuring optimal maneuverability and ease of use in any shooting scenario.

It boasts an impressive hardwood walnut finish, providing a touch of elegance and sophistication to its classic design. This premium finish not only enhances the rifle's aesthetics but ensures durability and longevity.

Rossi R95 rifle action.

Crafted with precision and expertise, the R95 features a hammer-forged barrel that guarantees exceptional accuracy, shot after shot. This construction ensures consistent performance and reliability in every shooting experience.


The rifle has a 5+1 round capacity, allowing shooters to stay engaged in the action without frequent reloads. This increased capacity ensures uninterrupted shooting pleasure and improved efficiency.

Rossi R95 lever action rifle with aftermarket stock and barrel accessories.

The stock features a sleek black oxide finish, adding a modern touch to its classic design. In addition to enhancing the rifle’s aesthetics, this corrosion-resistant coating provides added protection against the elements. Aftermarket accessories are also available, allowing users to personalize the firearm to suit their individual preferences.

The Rossi R95 has an MSRP of $949.99. For more information, visit rossiusa.com.

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