italianrelic: made in Bayonne NJ a mile from my house
ArkH1ve: if im looking for a range rifle, and possible home defense would a .44 mag
be a better option due to the lower price of the .44mag rounds and optional
use of the even cheaper .44 special?
93foxwcube: Gorgeous rifle. Next on my list
Dallas Parker: Cool gun
semtech30: A work of art indeed. The weight really helps with sighting on target and
minimizes recoil. Ammo propells bullets up to 2,400 fps. 150gr. Plenty of
power there. The bonus.? you forgot to mention. MADE IN AMERICA ! how cool
MrAgentd: It can be annoying having to pull out that mag
themattlyone: Have you tried Hornady Leverevolution in this rifle. How bad is the recoil
on this gun. Nice video
ryan bonner: You can adjust windage. You need a hammer, wooden dole, and a pencil. You
need to move the base of the sight in the dovetail groove. Put a mark on
the barrel so you can tell how far you move it.
harley anna: And there's STILL no reviews... just a guy publicly expressing his love
affair with his new Henry rifle. A review means shooting it, showing all of
it's functions etc.
texman81: I agree, very nice looking rifle. So when you took it to the range what
distance did you shoot? How accurate was it with the buckhorn sights?
DookeyPipe: My brother is getting this rifle, looks so nice , my dad has the big boy 44
mag . Very nice rifle . I just got my 45 colt mares leg and I love it check
out my Chanel have videos of it
MrAgentd: So you're suggesting every repeating rifle should be a copy of the
MrAgentd: You're thinking of Winchesters the henry originally had a tubular magazine
like this one.
351WINCHESTER: Looks more like a Marlin than a Henry. Is the receiver solid brass or
Matt Howell: That is one beautiful gun.
wrxmage: awsome looking gun thank you for the review. I love a good looking lever
gun and you have one of the best looking ones out there.
Rob Philpott: I love how much you are rubbing and caressing that gun.
frankgon4: @vaderisasoxfan The Brass Receiver is a No Go for me. That makes it a
display piece. I actually use mine. Taking it out through the Bush and
camping, the Brass plate would absolutely get scratched.
NYGlockinator13: @dog33100 Yea I might get the Marlin guide gun in .45-70.
TheAndyab: That is a beautiful rifle,Where did you get it? I have been looking
everywhere for one of those
Brian Heath: The rear sight is adjustable for windage. Tap it near the front dove tail.
That's where it's set into the barrel.
Nicholas Azzilonna: very beautiful gun
vaderisasoxfan: I would prefer not to have a loading gate on a gun with a brass receiver
because I wouldn't want to scratch it.
stangsaleens7: @rushmoreman5 mossberg is junk, had experience with their rifles and they
are horribly made, and own a mossberg 535 that jams all the time.
NYGlockinator13: @tyler1768 Yeah that's the only thing that I don't like about this rifle,
everything else I like. It would have been cool if it had a Marlin type
sweg biggums: @arielnyc2005 the marlin 45-70 in stainless with laminate stock and the
scope mounts with ghost ring sights i think is extremly sexy madogre showed
it in a video
toicat: @rushmoreman5 Looks like my son replied to your comments rather than me. I
think that he got his firearms mixed up. The Henry 30-30 is good & tight up
to 150-200 yds. Anything more is a "rainbow" shot. I think what he intended
with the distance comments had to do with an old M14 (7.62mm) being good to
350 yds. Mine is scoped, otherwise I could not hit a barn at that distance!
By the way, the Henry .17 is a lot of fun to shoot, should you ever change
themattlyone: @rushmoreman5 What kind of problems were you having with the Henry 30 30?
Was it the same problem 3 times or different problems?
jburawski: I have a Marlin 30 30. I prefer your method of loading. I'm always afraid
that I will push a round too hard and set off the previous round. Goodbye
eyesight & fingers then. I really LOVE your gun, as I also LOVE mine. They
are a thing of Beauty. Good Luck with it.
GLOCKATTACK10mm: BEAUTIFUL RIFLE :-)
reeagle9: I have one of these and I think its a piece of Art! I Love it!
Shelly Lynn: how much wa it
MrAgentd: You can have your japanese guns I'll stick with the USA made firearms.
NYGlockinator13: I have shot this gun at 100yds accurately, you will of course get more
range from the .30-30 than a 44 Mag rifle, especially if you use the
Hornady .30-30 because of the added velocity and spitzer bullet profile. I
will try 200yds this weekend to see the results.
jimmy6stringsroveto: That's exactly my problem, do I want the 30/30, the 357, or the 44 magnum.
I just can't decide. It is such a beautiful gun.
iam644: ive seen the marlin 336c being shot at 500 yds and hitting the target 3 out
of 5 times. i myself can shoot 300 pretty well. its all about getting used
to your round. 30-30 is a hell of a round
FrustratedNameSearch: I have the Rossi and it's fine. However if you are considering the Marlin
(Marlington), do a lot of research. I have yet to read a good review on the
new Marlin 336A's from Remington.
MrMaxTruth: @tyler1768 Might be worth considering an Uberti 1866 which "does" load from
the side and ejects from above , nice and authentic.
Jose Mendoza: I want to get the big boy just because it would be very useful in the .44
version. Do you highly recommend this gun or would you rather go with a big
boy if you could?
NYGlockinator13: @themattlyone Yeah I have a box of the 160gr Leverevolution and the recoil
is a bit more than regular .30-30 loads but still not bad since this rifle
Richard Tyll: While it is a show piece of a rifle, for the money I am unsure I would be
running through brush or walking steep mountain trails with this gem. I
suppose if you have the money and simply want something to hang on the wall
for showing off it would be a great gun to buy. JMO
toicat: @rushmoreman5 Sorry that you had trouble with yours. I have a Henry 30-30 &
a.17 HMR cal, and love to shoot both. Smooth, never a problem with action
or targeting. I keep both spotless inside & out. Tight grouping of rounds
out to 250 yards, and acceptable at 350. Better luck to you with your other
frankgon4: First, Thanks for the video. I prefer a loading gate, but the loading tube
is acceptable. I am not fond of the brass plate as I know I would scratch
it out in the woods. Are the bands across the barrel metal or plastic?
NYGlockinator13: @rushmoreman5 Really? What was wrong with the gun? I am thinking of getting
a Marlin Guide gun in 45-70 soon.
NYGlockinator13: @texman81 I shot it at 50 yds, accuracy was pretty good with the buckhorns,
it was windy but I still got 3 to 5 in groups which is not bad with iron
sights, I still have to practice more.
tyler1768: no loadind gate on the recever that sucks just my opinion
rishi65: @tyler1768 I was going to get one of these, but I never even considered
that there's no gate. That's a shame, I don't think I'm interested anymore,
though it is beautiful...
belizondo36: That would be Awsome. I will be Waitin to hear about how good it did. Thanks
Reilly Jensen: Dear henry MAKE GATE LOADED RIFLE. ITS THE ONLY REASON I AM BUYING A
belizondo36: i want to get a henry 30 30 but i was wondering how far will it shoot on
target. i have a henry 44 and i love it. kinda feel like annie oakley. so
if anybody could let me kniw i would appreciate it.
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