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    Longshot but does anyone have one collecting dust? Not interested in a henry but would like marlin, rossi or Winchester. Academy has new marlins for 499 but im still leary of quality of the Remington made ones to take a chance. If I cant find a good used one I may just have to risk it

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    Me too.
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    Was considering a Henry in .44 mag. Anyone have any experience with the Henry’s. The magizines say good thing but I hear other say not so good of things. Was thinking about a .22 also but heard the Henry lever .22 did not cycle well. Any one have one? I also see Winchester has a new lever gun out but only in the larger calibers.
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    I had a Henry .22 lever gun. It was the most ill feeding lever gun i have ever owned and sold it. A buddy of mine bought 2 Henry rifles at 2 different times. 1st was a .357 and it went back twice I think. The other was a .41 or .44 and it went back too. Both of them were out of the box issues. Then I hear people swear by them
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    Ive got a henry 22. It has been flawless from shorts to lr’s. Tube is fine for a 22 but big gun needs a loading gate to me. I heard the new winchesters suck with the rebounding hammer and tang safety.

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    Neither the Henry or Winchester are inexpensive weapons. I would expect more for the price. Both are fine lookers but there is more than looks.
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    I've been looking at the Henry 44 carbine. Dunno why, I just want one.

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    My dad has a Henry lever in .22. He shoots squirrels with it. He’s never had a problem with it.
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    Have shot a couple of Henrys before. Butter smooth actions, no feed problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleLungRage View Post
    I've been looking at the Henry 44 carbine. Dunno why, I just want one.
    x2
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