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Thread: What gun should Henry make next?

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    A reliable pump .38/.357.
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    Merwin and Hulbert in .45 Colt or Schofield !
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    For me, probably rolling block, single shot in .22 .223 ect

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    If the Long Ranger could be tweaked slightly to accommodate something like a 10rd detachable box mag for the 223, that would be awesome. As is, the lever seems like it just gets in the way at full extension

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    I am patiently waiting for stock to arrive anywhere in Canada of your: Henry model X .44mag .

    Any eta on these?
    Thanks!
    You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink! -unknown

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    I hope Henry would make the side gate in .357 Magnum with brass receiver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alumdc View Post
    Single-shot falling block rifle with 28" octagonal barrel in 45-70 with nice wood furniture and recoil pad.
    I think this would be an excellent addition to your lineup. Color case hardened receiver, lever and other metal part ( excluding the barrel of course ) would also be nice.
    Henry always seems to get the wood furniture right. So, yeah, a Henry 1885 High wall would be very interesting.
    There are absolutely no absolutes! :D

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    I did a lot of research since I first posted here in this thread.. So here it goes Short stroke cas ready 357/38s, slick and polish up your actions so no FTF, light side gate no pinched fingers, There are zero modern short stroke lever rifles period Not counting the customs.

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    I was in the local canadian tire today and saw one of your .410 shotguns....I was fascinated and ALMOST smitten! I would want to shoot skeet and clays with the gun, so the only drawback for me was the fact that it did not have a side loading port.

    When I got home, I logged online to check out other models and was thrilled to see you did in fact make .410 models with a side loading gate, but was dismayed there was not a standard wood stocked version like the one I saw in the store. So...my wish list would be for you to simply offer the Lever Action X model in .410 with a simple bead and standard wooden furniture.

    Thanks for checking in here!

    Best,

    Brobee

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    .22 Hornet - oh please!

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