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    Flinty-eyed isolationist Totem Polar's Avatar
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    Henry Lever X line...

    Iíll just leave this here. You interested folks already know who you are.

    https://www.henryusa.com/rifles/big-boy-x-model/

    (Thereís also a 45-70, for folks who bought a DVD copy of "wind river" at Target over the holidays.)

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    Interesting how the president of Henry used to tell everyone to pound sand when they asked for a side gate because the tube loading was more traditional and is truer to the original Henry rifle. And now we have this.
    Does anyone like pineapple on their pizza guns?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigghoss View Post
    Interesting how the president of Henry used to tell everyone to pound sand when they asked for a side gate because the tube loading was more traditional and is truer to the original Henry rifle. And now we have this.
    There's only so many decades you can take of being told that your tube magazine design is objectively stupid before you finally do the right thing.

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    That thing is rad.

    I have a Marlin 1894 44mag that is a great form factor for close range medium game hunting, but it has a few things that bug me about it. This addresses all of those complaints. I'll be buying one.
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    For those of us stuck in states run by Democrats, this might be a viable self-defense option.

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    I am in for a 45-70 and a 44 mag. This is exactly what I have been waiting for. My two favorite hunting past times are stalking hogs with big bore revolvers and big bore lever guns.

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    Gimmie that 38/357 setup.
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    I will probably try one of these at some point. Not right away, but eventually.
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    I got a Henry H001 .22 for Christmas and am extremely pleased with it. If these larger versions operate as smoothly as mine, they will sell a ton of them. My problem will be deciding between .357 vs .44. I can feed both just as easily with handloads. This would have been nice for my treestand deer hunt in the thick woods a couple of weeks ago. This is certainly on my buy list for this year.
    Last edited by deputyG23; 01-22-2020 at 09:23 AM.

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    Iíve been longing for a lever gun, and was looking just a couple weeks ago, and ruled out Henry because they didnít offer a side-gate in .357.

    And now this.


    Great move on Henryís part, as far as Iím concerned. Looks like theyíll be getting my money instead of a Miroku-Winchester if these things are proven good to go.
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