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    The Henry Big Boy, available in .44 Mag, .45 Colt, and .357 Mag. I WILL have one. :)

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    Henry Mare's Leg. Available in .45 Colt, .44 Mag, 357 Mag, .22 Short, Long and LR. £585

    Zombies are probably the last thing the cowboys and frontiersman had in mind while carrying this classic, but the Henry Big Boy in .44 Mag, .45 Colt or .357 Magnum is another excellent choice. The .357 takes precedent over other calibers, however, offering softer shooting while you pop some zombie skulls.

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    The Ruger Raptor for the Ruger 1022 .22 long rifle caliber rifle has an extended butt section that both accomodates the minimum 26" overall rifle length, while also providing superb LOP and balance. The trigger ring pistol chassis allows for 25 round mags. Most mags just drop out with the release lever at the front of the factory trigger location mag release. The Ruger BX-25 unit needs to have the ansillary added bulge at the backside (not on their normal mags) filed down a few thousandths.

    Henry 45-70

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    The Big Boys Ammo and Gun Collector--SR

    Henry Rifle

    Western Theme Door. It's actually an art print by Kyle Polzin titled Hardened Companions, but could be brought to life as door decor.

    Henry Repeating Big Boy Rifle Caliber: 357

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    44 Henry Lever Action Repeater with signature brass frame - The original Henry rifle was a .44 caliber rimfire, lever-action, breech-loading rifle designed by Benjamin Tyler Henry in 1860. The Henry was an improved version of the earlier Volcanic Repeating rifle. The Henry used copper (later brass) rimfire cartridges. Forerunner of the Winchester, it could fire at a rate of 28 rounds per minute when used correctly.-SR

    When my son is old enough, he's getting a Henry rifle.

    Henry Rifle .357 - Henry Big Boy Rifle Review .357/.38 special - YouTube

    Henry Big Boy .44 magnum...check out the octagonal barrel...nice!

    Henry rifle, the .44 would be good bear protection.

    Winchester 1886 45/70 An improvement over the 1873, the 1886 Winchester was chambered for such powerful cartridges as the 45/70 and 45/90. It is likely the strongest lever action rifle ever made, and lead to modern designs. It took lever actions out of the pistol cartridge class and into the Big Bore world.-SR

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