Rossi '92's can be a bit rough out of the box.
If I was going to get one, I'd buy it from Steve Jones, the '92 guru. Steve's price is basically wholesale plus his work, which is cheaper than buying the gun, then sending it to him.
One of his '92's is a heap slicker than one out of the box.
The '92, as mentioned earlier, is super strong, thus you see the 454 Casul chambering. That doesn't mean I want to shoot a light weight Rossi '92 with full house Casul loads. Just 'cause it can doen't mean I want to...
Steve's link. http://stevesgunz.com/
He did work for me on a 1910 '92. I've seen him at CAS matches.