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Thread: And now for a real short gun

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    Depressing thread.

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    What months are you guys shipping right now for the modern sporter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tactical lever View Post
    I'm a Marlin guy myself, and it sounds like it should be better, but I still hear about guns that just aren't as nice as the old JM guns. Never heard anything amazing about Remington's service either... On the other hand, I believe that Henry are probably the nicest out of the box levers at any price and Anthony Imperato stands behind his guns.
    I like Henrys and the company/owner are great!!!...BUT...the Marlin 1895 .45-70 just blows away their .45-70 options for me personally
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    Quote Originally Posted by tactical lever View Post
    I'm a Marlin guy myself, and it sounds like it should be better, but I still hear about guns that just aren't as nice as the old JM guns. Never heard anything amazing about Remington's service either... On the other hand, I believe that Henry are probably the nicest out of the box levers at any price and Anthony Imperato stands behind his guns.
    Henry warranty is nothing special here in Canada, your tune will change when you have to deal with Grech.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CzyHorse View Post
    Henry warranty is nothing special here in Canada, your tune will change when you have to deal with Grech.
    Well maybe. Having to deal with warranty over a Henry doesn't seem to happen quite as often as *some* others. From everything I've heard about Remington's lately; it sounds like a nightmare!

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    Tractor rifle, left hand .223 tikka, mdt chassis ,10.5 inch barrel, no bears here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CzyHorse View Post
    Henry warranty is nothing special here in Canada, your tune will change when you have to deal with Grech.
    I would have to disagree. Our Henry 410 had some small marks on the stock & fore-piece, I contacted Henry direct in USA, they shipped us a new stock and fore-piece to our door, no charge and no hassles.

    Anthony Imperato was very apologetic and their customer service and warranty is hard to beat in my opinion. John from Grech Outdoors even sent me an e-mail to make sure all was good with the Henry 410.

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    I've been lusting after one of the Ruger Scout rifles in .450 Bushmaster, but not in the cards right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alberta tactical rifle View Post
    35" OAL
    Muzzle blast is fairly mild. 3 of the 4 people who have shot it to date have no objection to the blast or concussion. The 4th shooter is a known pussy.
    We need name of shooter#4....
    Thatís almost as interesting as this rifle!!!

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