Rossi Wizard – The One Rifle That Does it All

Introducing the Rossi Wizard – The One Rifle That Does it All
Ingenious system allows the shooter to change to any barrel quickly…

Rossi Wizard Rifle
Rossi Wizard Rifle
Rossi Firearms
Rossi Firearms

MIAMI, FL –-(AmmoLand.com)- The new Rossi Wizard’s revolutionary stock design allows the user to shoot with every popular caliber imaginable, plus all shotgun gauges, two muzzleloaders, .22 rimfire and .22 rimfire magnum.

This ingenious system allows the shooter to transfer any barrel quickly and easily without tools. It is like having 18 rifles and shotguns in one. The Wizard is the year round solution for every hunting and shooting application – truly a gun for all seasons.

To start a Wizard collection simply choose a Wizard rifle, offered in .22-250, .223, .243, .270, .30-06 or .308 and then add other popular caliber barrels to the collection as desired. Rifle barrel options include .17 HMR, .22LR, .22 Mag., .22-250 Rem, .270 Win., .30-06 SPRG, .308 Win., .38-357 Mag., .44 Mag., .45-70 Gov. and 7.62×39. Muzzleloader barrel options include .45 and .50. Shotgun barrel options include .410 bore, 20 gauge and 12 gauge. The Wizard’s barrel measures 23 inches with an overall length of 38.5 inches and weighs seven pounds.

The Wizard is also offered in a youth version with starter model available in .223, .243 or .308. The youth model barrel length measures 22 inches long, with an overall length of 36.5 inches and weighs 6.25 pounds.

Features for standard and youth models include cushioned recoil pad with spacer for reduced recoil, uniquely contoured Monte Carlo stock with curved cheek rest and fiber optic front sight for fast, easy target acquisition. Available in blued finish in either an attractive hardwood or camouflage stock with carbon steel barrel and receiver.

The Rossi revolution of firearm design and manufacture started with the founding of the company in 1889 by Amadeo Rossi. For the past 120 years, the tradition of innovation grew along with the company and the Rossi family. The Rossi name represents a piece of firearms history and a tradition of excellence.

In 2008, Rossi production was acquired by Forjas Taurus S.A. Rossi is the industry-leading manufacturer of single-shot, matched pairs, muzzleloaders, rifles and shotguns. The acquisition integrates perfectly with the quality of firearms currently produced by Taurus International and will expand the ability to produce quality firearms at reasonable prices as well as dedication to creating new and exciting Rossi products. Today, a Rossi firearm still features the same dedication and innovation in every firearm. Now, as part of Taurus International, Rossi looks forward to providing you with the next generation of great firearms.

The complete line of Rossi firearms features the exclusive Taurus Security System, which utilizes a key to lock the firearm and offers additional safety for youth. All Rossi firearms also incorporate a transfer bar mechanism and a manual safety on a single shot, break-open design in which the breech cannot be closed or opened if the hammer is cocked.

Rossi is proud to offer a free One-year NRA Junior Membership with the purchase of any Rossi youth model. It is recommended that children always be accompanied by an adult when shooting. For more information about Rossi Firearms, a Division of BrazTech International, visit www.rossiusa.com.

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Art
Art
4 years ago

The barrels will interchange but the forend lug has a different placement

lee
lee
5 years ago

where can I get a 308cal barrel for my wizard.

Etta
Etta
5 years ago

Can you interchange the old Rossi with the new Rossi wizard barrel’s?

Keith
Keith
5 years ago
Reply to  Etta

I don,t know, that,s the same question I have been wondering about? Would like to know myself!!!

Larry
Larry
5 years ago

Looking for the 223, 22, 22mag and possible a 22-250.
Any Idea’s where I can locate them?

wolverinescorpion
wolverinescorpion
5 years ago

Yea I do have the model Rossi 92 lever action in 44 magnum,& its 1 of my favorite guns. I also have the H&R handi -rifle guess its version of the Rossi Wizard. I have my H&R in 444 Marlin,45-70, 270 Win, 308 Win & the 20 gauge shotgun barrel with it. I could not get a 30-06 barrel for it. If Rossi will also make barrels in the 300 Win mag,500 S&W,50 A&E, 460 mag think I might be shopping for 1 of these Wizards. I am very interested in the 300 Win mag & the 500 S&W or… Read more »

Richard Ciendenin
Richard Ciendenin
6 years ago

AT ONE TIME ROSSI BY THE NAME OF A-ROSSI MADE A YOUTH MODEL AND AN ADULT MODEL. YOU CAN TELL. IF YOUR GUN HAS THE LETTERS SA. ON THE BARREL OR RECEIVER. I HAVE A NEW BARREL IN THE 22 MAG. MODEL S.A. FOR SALE. THEY WERE IMPORTED FROM BRAZIL. REPLY TO RICH-H.

RICH .H
RICH .H
6 years ago

I NEED 2 BARRELS, 22LR, & 22 MAG, I KNOW IT’S NOT THE YOUTH MODEL, SO WHAT OTHER MODELS ARE THERE? ADULT, WIZARD, OR ? HOW CAN I TELL WHICH MODEL I HAVE? ALSO WHERE CAN I PURCHASE BARRELS? THANKS RCH H.

Cody marshall
Cody marshall
9 years ago

The have all the barrels for the wizard and they are about $20 to $50 cheaper then retail and there new

Matt
Matt
4 years ago
Reply to  Cody marshall

If u have any barrel for the Rossi wizzard please call or text me. Willi g to buy several. 716 940 1369. Matt

reid
reid
9 years ago

I got a 270 and I think personly that it is a good gun. But I also want a 223. for cyote hunting but I can't get one

Juan C Placencia
Juan C Placencia
10 years ago

I have heard that other manufacturers single shot rifles also open after firing. I hope Rossi doesn't have this problem. It appears the barrels are starting to appear like at Gander Mountain. I would like to hear more feedback and rating on this Wizard rifle.

Clayton
Clayton
10 years ago

Hi Good luck getting any of the barrels other then the few that are on the guns right now.. I called the manufacturer and they told me they had no idea when any of the extra barrels will be made.. I have .223 camo model and I'm not at all happy with it. I have had problems with ejecting the spent cases. And from the factory the camo sticky paper or what ever they put on it is peeling and was not even put on straight… If there was a rating system I would rate it on a 1-10 I… Read more »

Ron Fenlason
Ron Fenlason
10 years ago

Your list of calibers available is impressive. Do you have any plans on offering a .22 Hornet?