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    My new toy

    Chambered in 45-70

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    very sharp looking

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    Beauty..congrats

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    Very cool

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    What a beauty. You got some good walnut on this one. You should post pics of the full rifle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fade2black View Post
    What a beauty. You got some good walnut on this one. You should post pics of the full rifle.
    Just put the gun to bed, will do later
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    Thanks so much for choosing to own a Henry! We certainly appreciate it, and we hope you enjoy it in good health for many years to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry Repeating Arms View Post
    Thanks so much for choosing to own a Henry! We certainly appreciate it, and we hope you enjoy it in good health for many years to come.
    Bought my first Henry earlier this month the H024 in 38-55. Haven't fired either one as yet but must say they're almost too beautiful to shoot.

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    looks painfull to shoot! I'm guessing it's pretty light too.

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    Safe to assume these actions are good for heavier/ruger 45-70 loads(not that it's ever safe to assume anything when it comes to reloading)?

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