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  • 7six2

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    Does anyone on the forum own / shoot one? I'm interested in what feedback can be provided as regards the 44/40 and 45LC versions. At some point I'd like to get a repro Henry or Spencer. Thanks.
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    hoytinak

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    I've only got a .22lr youth model, but it is one of the smoothest actions I've ever shot. Very accurate and well built. I have nothing but good things to say about it.
     

    Peter M. Eick

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    I think he is talking about he henry model of 1860 by Uberti.

    Yes it comes in 44/40 and 45lc. Great gun by the way.

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    Here is my first target with my iron framed. It is a lot more accurate then that byt I was laughing too hard. It is just so much fun to shoot that I could not stop laughing out loud.

    Great gun, a real looker, very unique on the range, works smoothly and sort of like shooting an overgrown 22 lever.

    Mine is 44/40 and you won't regret it.
     
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