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    Henry lever action 410

    ‘Ranchhand’ 410? See what is said here: https://www.shootingillustrated.com/..._campaign=1219

    That might be a candidate for nightstand duty
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    Cool!

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    Sweet! I looked really hard at a Henry lever action in 410 last weekend at the gun show. Had the rifle sights and tubes. I think I derrulled some lol but the $ 900.00 price tag dried that up in a hurry

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    Henery does make some very nice rifles, but they are pricey.
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    Pricey or not, I'm afraid I will have one at some point. I almost tipped for the lever actor 410 shotgun. This ices it.
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    They are calling it the Axe. I think it is their answer to the Mossberg Shockwave.

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    I thought I put the shotpistol solution to bed when I bought my S&W Governor. And I already have my backup Shockwave in 12G. Well, one backs up the other. I'm a Henry fan but only their full lever pistol caliber carbines.
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    I'm not really up on the Henrys but rumor has it that they make three quality grades...gold, silver and black with the golds being the highest. I've only ever shot one, a gold .22 but I was super impressed. In my hands, it felt more like a surgical implement than a rifle. The thing was just drippin' with precision, the action felt like it was run by hydraulics and your hand was just along for the ride. ...beautiful piece of machinery. They are pricey but prob'ly one of the few or only firearms that's actually worth what they cost.
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