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    First Look: X Model In 30-30 And Henrys Other New Guns

    Woo hoo, I'm pumped Ty Henry for listening and I'm very happy to see the curved stock instead of the straight one. Can't wait to add this to the stable.



    https://gundigest.com/rifles/hunting...other-new-guns


    Henry Repeating Arms' X Model in .30-30 headlines the release of four new guns for 2021.


    Henry Repeating Arms turns heads. Why not? Embracing tradition, while providing thoroughly modern firearms, the company has carved an enduring niche in the gun world. And it continues to grow bigger.

    The lever-action rifle specialist announced four new guns for 2021, all centered around hunting. Walnut and brass fans might be a bit disappointed, given the three rifles and one shotgun drift from the classic designs that built the company’s renown. That said, shooters who hang aesthetics a few branches down their decision tree certainly won’t have their noses bent out of place. On tap, Henry Lever Action Magnum Express .22 Mag, X Model .30-30, All-Weather Picatinny Rail .45-70 Side Gate and Henry Single Shot Turkey Camo Shotgun.

    The model that particularly jumps out is the newest addition to the X Model line, a .30-30 Winchester that nicely rounds out the series of polymer-stocked lever-actions. Unveiled last year, the dark and rugged guns included five models, including the Big Boy (.44 Magnum/.44 Special, .357 Magnum/.38 Special, .45 Long Colt), .45-70 Government and .410 bore shotgun. A middle ground in the line, the .30-30 X Model should appeal to hunters not constrained by straight-wall cartridge regulations for harvesting deer, want more reach than a PCC or just plain don’t enjoy the thump of the Government.

    One thing is for certain, the .30-30 certainly isn’t your granddad’s Henry—none of the X Model line are. Designed to appeal to modern shooter’s tastes, the gun boasts several features that are notable breaks from the gunmaker's more traditional stock. Perhaps the most radical, aside from polymer furniture, it’s suppressor-ready. The .30-30 has a threaded muzzle (5/824 pattern), with a knurled cap to protect it when a can isn’t mounted. Additionally, the rifle also has a section of Picatinny rail at the forestock, perfect for a bipod. Furthermore, just above the rail at the 3- and 9-o’clock positions, are single M-Lok slots for the addition of an accessory. Pretty handy assets for some hunters, and certainly elevates the .30-30’s tactical cred. Other notables include sling swivels, side loading gate, drilled and tapped receiver, fully-adjustable rear sight and fiber optic front, and a 5-round tubular magazine. As to price, Henry has tagged a $1,019 MSRP on the X Model .30-30.


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    Yup, that looks slick. I just hole that well actually see a somewhat decent supply up here, rather than having to wait for them trickle in from the states every other blue moon....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uniacke View Post
    Yup, that looks slick. I just hole that well actually see a somewhat decent supply up here, rather than having to wait for them trickle in from the states every other blue moon....
    Let's pray for the best.

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    Would any Henry X owners out there be able to give me a LOP measurement. Ty.

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    That turkey gun looks verrry tempting.
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