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Thread: What gun should Henry make next?

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    CGN Regular derek2007's Avatar
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    9mm or 40sw high cap all weather lever action

    I myself would buy at least one of each
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    Stainless mares leg that comes with full length stock as well!!
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    . 454 casull in the big boy (side loading).
    . Single shot break open buffalo hunter style (octagon barrel , tang sight).
    . Double SxS 45-70.

    Make them affordable in line with Baikal and Handi rifle (allows for all ages to afford to get into shooting).

    I own 2 Henry's and they are great (45 colt and 22 LR lever)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teppo87 View Post
    I'd like to see a detachable magazine-fed lever action carbine in .44 Magnum - something like the now out-of-production and super rare Ruger 96/44 but with greater capacity options. That would be the perfect bush/bear defence gun for me, especially because of what a nuisance it is to have to cycle all the rounds out of the rifle before getting on my ATV and then having to load the rifle again one round at a time when I get off the ATV (NOTE: As a civilian I can't carry a loaded firearm on a vehicle in Ontario, even if I'm in the bush working or hunting). For a prime example, look at what this ingenious fellow in the UK did with his Ruger 96/44; gave it a custom stock and designed his owned magazines for it:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KcHH24yKNn4
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    41 Magnum with pistol grip.

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    9mm lever and 223 AR mag lever....

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    Would love to see Henry quality do a super stripped down survival gun. Single shot in 9mm. Folding stock, folding/takedown chassis, carbine length barrel. Keep it clean, and avoid the avant garde polymer molding that cheapens the look of so many pieces. Something that would be reminiscent of an old school Aircrew survival gun. Like in the vein of the old M6, but Henry all the way.

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    500 Smith and Wesson lever! Preferably cheaper than 4k like the current option. Mares leg would be fun as hell too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigmedcin View Post
    . Double SxS 45-70.

    Make them affordable in line with Baikal and Handi rifle (allows for all ages to afford to get into shooting).
    I'd buy a Henry double rifle in just about any caliber
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigmedcin View Post
    . 454 casull in the big boy (side loading).
    Yes +1

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