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Gun Review Henry Big Boy Steel in .45 Long Colt
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"My first rifle was a .22 Henry lever action and a Marlin in .357 was the first centerfire rifle I shot. Unfortunately, by the time I was searching for a lever gun in a pistol cartridge, the options were limited. Winchester was no longer making rifles in the U.S. and Marlin was suffering teething problems from a factory relocation. An 1873 by Uberti was appealing, but a bit out of my price range. Rossis were inexpensive but disassembly of the 1892 action was daunting. There were just too many little slotted screws. I tend to favor guns made in the U.S., which didnt work in favor of a Rossi or Uberti . . ." ...

Comment by: PHORTO (8/19/2015)
Too much money. That seems to be a problem for the whole Henry line.

This rifle should retail for no more than $600, street price $500-550.

If they want customers, they gotta reduce their prices.

Comment by: PHORTO (8/19/2015)
Too much money. That seems to be a problem for the whole Henry line.

This rifle should retail for no more than $600, street price $500-550.

If they want customers, they gotta reduce their prices.

Comment by: -none- (8/21/2015)
load it to .44mag levels and use your .45acp dies (.452)/avoid .429 die sets (.44mag)...the .460 Rowland (.429 diameter) falls just short of true .44mag power but def. bests .357mag

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