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Old 08-25-2019, 03:15 PM
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I just picked up a Rossi 62 SA .22 s-l-lr pump.

Serial number is: G214xxx. My guess is that it was made in the late 70's.

I noticed the internal 4 digit number stamped into the trigger frame, lets call it, does not match anything close to the G214xxx. Is this normal for Rossi?

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Old 08-25-2019, 09:11 PM
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Congratulations on getting a very neat little .22 rifle.

Mine is G395xxx and somewhere I got the idea it was in the 1980's; so your guess is probably correct.

Mine does NOT have any numbers stamped on or near the trigger guard so I can't help you on that.
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Thanks for the reply, I found the same 4 digit number on the bolt, the trigger frame and inside the receiver, so all match.

Went to the range and the rifle shoots great, but , it is having issues with ejection and feeding. I think the extractor is worn and needs a replacement. I am sure the gun was clean, problem occurred with two different brands of ammo.

I don't think the carried is the problem seems everything I read points to the extractor.
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Sparx,

You may find the same, 4-digit number on many other parts in your rifle, unless the trigger guard has been replaced, with one from a different gun. The 4-digit number is an assembly number, and it is used to track the pieces for a single rifle throughout its assembly.

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I have an older Rossi like yours.
Mine is the trapper version.
Fantastic little rifles.
You get that extractor replaced. I'm sure she'll be fine.
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