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Thread: What gun should Henry make next?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PitBull1973 View Post
    243 caliber with a built in pic rail and make the mag tube as long as possible .
    With a .243 shooting spitzer-point bullets, "as long as possible" would be...one round. I don't know how real the danger of in-tube primer detonation is, but for sure no manufacturer would risk the liability, or buck the trend of accepted common wisdom about this possibility. Henry already has the box-magazine Long Ranger for this application.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjohnwm View Post
    With a .243 shooting spitzer-point bullets, "as long as possible" would be...one round. I don't know how real the danger of in-tube primer detonation is, but for sure no manufacturer would risk the liability, or buck the trend of accepted common wisdom about this possibility. Henry already has the box-magazine Long Ranger for this application.
    Remington figured it out 100 years ago. I’m sure Henry could figure it out today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blastattack View Post
    Remington figured it out 100 years ago. I’m sure Henry could figure it out today.
    Lol...figure out the mechanics? Absolutely. Figure out how to deal with the liability in today's litigious society? They'd never take that chance, and rightfully so.
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    So many people asked for 357/38 lever, but almost none are available on the market. I wonder if you can do a revolver rifle? - that will be a hit (just don't use pistol frames)!

    I'd like to have something not too long in 357/38. 22" barrel is too long, 16" would be about right.
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    Not sure if Henry is even following this thread anymore but,

    How about some pump action Pistol Caliber Carbine's a la Colt Lightning or even better IMI Timberwolf.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Can-down View Post
    Not sure if Henry is even following this thread anymore but,

    How about some pump action Pistol Caliber Carbine's a la Colt Lightning or even better IMI Timberwolf.
    I agree. These would sell like crazy.

    2 options.

    The retro style - wood stock, iron sights.

    The X style - synthetic stock, m-lok handguard, picatinny rail, ghost ring sights

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    I would be very interested in a pump action pistol caliber carbine.

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    A quality break action combo gun in rimfire + 20ga or 12ga. There's hardly anything like this on the market right now, so I think it would do very well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Can-down View Post
    Not sure if Henry is even following this thread anymore but,

    How about some pump action Pistol Caliber Carbine's a la Colt Lightning or even better IMI Timberwolf.
    CRICKETS.........





    SURE.
    I'll flog the dead hoarse some more..
    Pump action timberwolf magnums needed ..
    PLZ SEND.

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    Henry Long Ranger In Stainless Steel (I like stainless what can I say)

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