GUN Anyone have a Henry Repeating Arms Rifle? V.pawnstars

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  1. SirSmith

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    Saw a commercial when Pawn Stars was on for Henry Repeating Arms. Looked pretty cool and was wondering if anyone had one? I want the:

    Big Boy .45 Colt

    Model: H006C

    Caliber: .45 Colt

    Price: $899.95*

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  2. SirSmith

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    OH MY:

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    Bad Video. Cannot hear him say anything..
     
  3. sp00n155

    sp00n155 You underestimate the insignificance of my penis OT Supporter

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    my dad has the .22lr version. its very fun to shoot and has a very smooth action in comparison to Marlin and Winchester lever actions.
     
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    Captain Haddock Blistering Barnacles OT Supporter

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    I have the .22lr version. It is really nice. It's surprisingly accurate too. One of my favorite .22s
     
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    Joe_Cool Never trust a woman or a government. Moderator

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    I have an AR-7
     
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    always wanted to play with one of those
     
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    Joe_Cool Never trust a woman or a government. Moderator

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    It's got a pretty high coolness factor. :big grin:
     
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    I'd pick up a Uberti 1866 Yellowboy 20in or just one of the Winchester 1873 copies out there.

    The 1866 is a true copy of an original Henry with the handy addition being able to load the weapon from the side of the receiver, not at the top of the tube mag. The actions on the new Henry's are actually not derived from the original rifle; they are more similar to Marlins.

    overall, cowboy lever actions FTMFW!
     

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