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

Henry rifle

.45 lever action henry rifle

The Gun so Nice, You Fire it Twice. Well, that better way is finally here! European gun manufacturer Arsenal Firearms has produced the AF2011-A1 Double Barrel Pistol, designed to "commemorate the legendary Colt 1911-A1," the .45 that turned 100 last year. "I don't know what's more shocking: The fact that this was invented at all, or the fact that it wasn't invented in America."

.357 Magnum LeverGun & Revolver

A classic Colt 1911 - http://www.RGrips.com

Integrally suppressed Ruger .44

schusswaffe

LWRC .45 Sub Machine Gun

Mare’s Leg - This isn’t a cut down lever action rifle, they are classified as a pistol because they are assembled as such. There are generally two commercial versions available; one from Rossi called the Ranch Hand and the other from Henry Repeating Rifles called the Mare’s Leg. Available calibers range from .22 LR, .38 Special, .45 Colt, .357 Magnum and even .44 Magnum. Keep in mind that these pistols are not legal in all states.

The Colt 1911 and Thompson "Tommy gun" both in .45 ACP

The Colt 1911 pistol has served the U.S. military from 1911 until the present day. Special operations forces still carry the reliable .45-caliber pistol in combat

Really cool. Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 rifle

http://glockstore.com/pyramid Yes please! I do wish it had a threaded barrel

.44 Magnum Model 629

Kimber Ultra RCP II .45 ACP

The Colt Python- always wanted one of these, but the stopped selling before I could get one. Then I found the new Taurus 627; love it!

Henry Big Boy Lever Action Rifle in .357 Magnum, Brass Receiver, Walnut Stock, 20" Octagonal Barrel

Colt Anaconda the replacement when they stopped making the python.. Just gorgeous

Those are beautiful. Obviously the one on the right is a concealed carry pistol. You can tell by the lack of accessories or threaded muzzle the one on the left is a nightstand gun and it looks like they are running the 10 rd magazines so with a normal EDC that's 20 rds of leave me the fuck alone.

Henry Rifle - This rifle was a 16-shot, .44 caliber repeater that was a fast shooting gun in the Am. Civil War. But for all its positive attributes, less than 2,000 Henrys were purchased for Union regiments. Hundreds more were bought by soldiers & officers as private purchases throughout the war year. Many Henrys later went west & this brass-framed gun helped bring forth the Winchester, a lever-action rifle design that continues even today. At the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum at Bass Pr...