I remember back when the Browning 92 came out and boy-oh-boy did I want one, and a Colt SAA 44 Special to go with it. Never happened.
For a Winchester 92 or 1892 reproduction its hard to beat the Browning imo. Okay you're limited to a 44 or 357 Magnum, unless you get the Model 53 32-20. We have one of them too, very nice. Browning also made a version in 218 Bee.
The current Winchesters are pretty nice also, but I could live without the top tang safety too. But they function just like the originals, except you have a rebounding hammer instead of a half-cock. The Model 71 we have is nice and it was about 1/3 the price of an original. Browning made them too.
I kind of liked to get a Browning M 95 in 30-40 Krag, just haven't done so.