I have a R92 chambered in 357 Mag, it is the scout rifle. Love it, killed deer & hogs with it. I also have a 44 Mag, 45 Colt, 454 Casull, and 480 Ruger all configured as scouts. I was and still am a Marlin guy but I got into these rifles and found them to be very accurate. The steel is well finished but the stocks are plain and unsealed. They do respond quickly to a Tru-Oil finish, just a couple of coats.
The picture below was taken on my range a couple of weeks ago and I get a kick out of it. A fellow called me and asked if he and another could use my range as they were leaving on an elk hunt. I didn't have a problem with it and they banged away all morning with a 280 Rem and 30-06. That evening, I decided to go check the scope zero on the R92 357 Mag and noticed they left a cardboard target up on the 100-yard berm. I went up and patched all the holes, while shaking my head, and then fired three rounds of my 175-grain bullets from the Rossi at 100 yards.
With the 357 Mag, I shoot .360" round balls for critter control and then I have three different bullets of my design for different purposes. The far right bullet, the 190-grain is interesting. I have to use a 38 Spl case so that the crimp groove lines up on the case mouth and the OAL works out but I do load it to 357 Mag pressures.
I size all the cast bullets at .358".