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Thread: What gun should Henry make next?

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    CGN Regular sunjeep24's Avatar
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    1860 Henry reproduction thats around $1200.

    I know you currently have one but it sells for quite high here in canada at $2k mark. It's a fun range toy but the cost of a competition gun

    If you could produce them cheaper. You would definitely have more buyers

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    What I'd really like to see is a blued steel receiver cover to replace the painted casting on the .22 lever actions.

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    I would love to get a single in 303 british with a synthetic stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by remmus View Post
    What I'd really like to see is a blued steel receiver cover to replace the painted casting on the .22 lever actions.
    The Henry 22 receivers are made of Zamac (Zinc, Aluminum, Magnesium and Copper). They are lightweight and not expensive to produce.

    A steel receiver would be neat in a take-down model, I bet the price would be a lot more.

    In addition, you can strip the black paint from the receiver, polish the Zamac and then clear-coat the receiver. It looks amazing, very similar to the Evil Roy Model.
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    All ways wanted a martini henry. Would be cool if you made.one.

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    I would like to see Henry make something in modern calibers. The X series is a good update, but doesn't use modern ammo. 9mm, 223, 556, 308 (but not an AR style) or 12 gauge. The Circuit Judge with rotating barrel is an option that's not too far from what Henry currently makes. The problem with Canada is modern sporting firearms are under attack. What we need is something that looks old, and doesn't draw attention, but uses modern ammo. Many US democratic states are targeting the same firearm types.

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    I think the 9mm mares leg would be fantastic! A full length stock as other earlier have suggest Including the full stock; or having the option of full stock only from the factory would be nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnightvisions View Post
    I would like to see Henry make something in modern calibers. The X series is a good update, but doesn't use modern ammo. 9mm, 223, 556, 308 (but not an AR style) or 12 gauge. The Circuit Judge with rotating barrel is an option that's not too far from what Henry currently makes. The problem with Canada is modern sporting firearms are under attack. What we need is something that looks old, and doesn't draw attention, but uses modern ammo. Many US democratic states are targeting the same firearm types.
    The Henry long ranger comes in 223-556 308-7.62. 6.5 creedmore and 243 and are mag fed. A 9 mm would be nice

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    20 gauge rifled barrel lever action for deer hunting would be a great option for shotgun only areas.

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