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Henry 45-70 I NEED one of these!

Henry Rifle. These cost $20 when they first came out in 1860.

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Marlin 1895GBL in .45/70! Never owned one, but I've handled them and I can't imagine a better bear gun!

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

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

Henry .44 Rimfire Rifle- Produced in New Haven, CT, only about 10,000 Henry rifles were manufactured before 1865. With limited availability, the price went up & soon the Henry was a $50-$100 rifle. Despite having a 16-shoot tubular magazine, the Henry could only pump out a pistol-level projectile –a short 200-grain, .44 caliber bullet at fairly slow velocity. The breechloading Henry sent off projectiles considerably larger in diameter & much heavier in weight.

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.

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