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    Henry X tactical rifles and shotgun

    This is pretty cool, I want one of the .44 Mag ones. I was going to get an All Weather, but I wanted a shorter barrel than 20”. These Big Boys come with 17.4” threaded barrel, polymer stock, side loading gate and bright fiber optic sights.

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    https://www.henryusa.com/rifles/big-boy-x-model/

    https://www.henryusa.com/rifles/leve...x-model-45-70/

    https://www.henryusa.com/shotgun/lev...l-410-shotgun/

    The silhouette reminds me a lot of my 1895 STP that I sold many years ago for an insane amount of money.

    I am eager to check one out, they are supposed to be at dealers now.

    John Davies
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    I want one!

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    A 44 Mag would be a great choice .... Federal & Henry are getting togather in producing 357, 44mag & 327 Fed with Levergunning in mind ... Both 357 & 44mag become different beasts with a carbine ...

    Hopefully with the synthetic stock the prices will reduce?
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    Looks an awful lot like an RPP loop on it.

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    I really like those as well....If you pick one up, be sure to post about it. I am kind of interested for the wife. She loves the .357 levergun, but has a hard time with the loading gate. I really like the Henry design, but always missed the loading gate. This might solve both our problems!
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    I'll take one. Would rather have a Henry then a questionable Remlin. NOW that they have the side gate.

    Plus it's a pistol grip. Hate the straight stocks.
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    Handled a 45/70 "X" today and was VERY disappointed with the stock. About the cheapest POS I've ever touched. Rifle was nice but why does any manufacture put such a junk stock on any rifle. Then expect to get nearly a grand for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chipper View Post
    Handled a 45/70 "X" today and was VERY disappointed with the stock. About the cheapest POS I've ever touched. Rifle was nice but why does any manufacture put such a junk stock on any rifle. Then expect to get nearly a grand for it.
    I had an X model .357 on backorder for $725 and cancelled the order after my buddy looked at one and told me it had a pretty cheap feel to it. I've read some reviews on other forums that said the same thing. It didn't help I handled one of the stainless all weather .45-70 versions and I wasn't impressed with that one either, the gun just felt clumsy in my hands compared to a similar Marlin model.

    I ended up buying an 1894 Remlin that looks to be one of the good ones. I also handled a .444 Dark model Marlin and was actually impressed with that.
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