First Look: Rossi Brawler Single-Shot Pistol

First Look: Rossi Brawler Single-Shot Pistol

The new Rossi Brawler is a single-shot .410 and .45 Long Colt pistol with an enticingly low price.

Having just recently expanded its catalog with the R95, a new model of lever-action rifle, the Brazilian company Rossi has just announced yet another fresh design. Called the Rossi Brawler, it’s a single-shot pistol chambered for .410 bore and .45 Long Colt. Whether you want a single-shot .410/.45LC pistol for plinking, pest control or anything else, the Rossi Brawler will be a very affordable way to accomplish it.


As mentioned, the Rossi Brawler can fire both .45 Long Colt ammunition as well as .410 bore shotshells, including 3-inch magnums. It has a 9-inch alloy steel barrel with a 1:24 RH twist, and it has an overall length of 14 inches and an overall weight of 36.8 ounces unloaded.


Keeping things simple, the Rossi Brawler is a break-action single-shot pistol with a cross-bolt safety and a single-action trigger. For comfort, it has large rubber grips, and for aiming it features fixed iron sights and a Picatinny rail on top for mounting optics. Rossi points out that besides the typical advantages of installing an optic, given the Brawler’s versatile ammo choices, it also allows for one to zero their firearm for a specific load.


The Rossi Brawler has an MSRP of only $239.99, but street prices are already slightly lower than that. If nothing else, the Brawler is a very affordable solution for anyone with a snake problem.

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  1. I have no use at all for a .45 LC / .410 single shot. I would have use for a .357 or .44 Mag single shot, or even .300 BO with threaded barrels for attaching a suppressor.


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