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Rossi Firearms launches new website

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  •   8th Jun, 2020 Jun 8, 2020, 5:52 PM
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Rossi Firearms is proud to announce the launch of its brand-new, fully responsive website. Designed for the international markets, the new website offers a clean layout, simple navigation structure and user-friendly features - for both desktop and mobile operating systems.

 

The new website includes extensive product information to support consumers and dealers. Visitors will benefit from a detailed online content that is simple to use and to share with others.

 

Additionally, the new website provides a great deal of useful information, such as Rossi firearms manuals, complete product catalogue, new product announcements, full list of available accessories and relevant commercial contacts - to better serve international customers.

 

“The new website includes extensive product information to support consumers and dealers. Visitors will benefit from a detailed online content that is simple to use and to share with others.”

 

ABOUT ROSSI FIREARMS

The Rossi Firearms company was founded in 1889 by Amadeo Rossi. Over the last 130 years, that tradition has grown along with the company and the Rossi Family. The Rossi name represents a piece of firearms history and a tradition of excellence.

 

Over the years, Rossi firearms has led the way in design and engineering. At the same time, Rossi has always focused on providing shooters with an affordable, high-quality firearm.

 

The brand´s extensive range of products includes a variety of models: Lever Action, Semi-Auto, Bolt Action, Break Action and Pump Action in Shotgun, Rimfire and Centerfire.

 

Since 2017, Rossi firearms have been designed, manufactured and exported by CBC, Brazil.

 

You can visit the new website by clicking on the link below:

www.rossi-international.com

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