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    CGN Regular PinnedTo5ive's Avatar
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    Thats a beauty! I just bought the .410 lever gun for my girlfriend and it is the most solid nicest quality .410 i've ever seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott View Post
    looks painfull to shoot! I'm guessing it's pretty light too.
    It's feels a bit heavier that it looks although the specs have it at 6.83 lbs. Might need a recoil pad, we'll see.
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    Wow that’s nice!

    Any plans on a double barrel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battleworn View Post
    Wow that’s nice!

    Any plans on a double barrel?
    Would consider it if Henry decides to make one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigplinker View Post
    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)?
    I know thats a thing with revolvers, does that carry over to rifles too? I've never owned a ruger chambered in a rimmed cartridge.
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    Sweet looking gun. I've got a H&R buffalo 45-70, not nearly a pretty as your Henry.

    They are a lot of fun to shoot, you will have a good time. They can take a really heavy load but kick like a mule, not much give in the steel but plate. Sissy pad or slip on recoil pad is a good idea.

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    Very nice!!

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    A work of Art !!!
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    Beauty. I just bought my first gun not long ago. The big boy in .357/.38. Absolutely in love with it. A real joy to shoot.

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    What is this shotgun called please?

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