Nails4eeth: I'll take that 45 long Henry please, thank you ! I personally own & carry a rossi 357/38 in my pack (w 300 mag bolt) & its not only just a great & fun gun to shoot but it's definitely got more function and not as much of a novelty firearm that most think . Specially great as a survival gun like in Alaska where I'm at rt now. Just I'd feel a little more comfortable with the 45 long colt or even 44mag/spcl. Sure I have my 500 S&W but I'd b a liar if I dnt feel like McQueen pack'n ye ol' Mares Leg
TheAlexagius: its actually due to the lack of a stock
enjoiorange: how accurate is the henry
Maurice419: BTW THAT PLATE IS STEAL
Stephen Butti: Will a .45 short colt be available?
you just made my day. thank you good sir.
BILL Stecik: In Canada believe it or not, these are classed as hunting rifles and as such are totally unrestricted You can walk down the street with it..Bought one today
BBroering: Mag holds 5
EVOKIN: Henry's made in Bayonne, New Jersey, USA. I'll be getting one soon in .357 Magnum/.38 or .45 Colt.
psychoboydewey: They are classified as pistols due to the barrell length.
Patrick Castillo: @GunWebsites i was wondering what would be better for a first gun a henry 22 or a mosin nagant i know there is a difference in recoil but im 15 and im going to take my gun safety corse soon or sould i try a different rifle or pistol
ipaintyou1: nice lookin guns, now if henry made a mares leg in 22 lr with an octagon barrel i would be in heaven
jokerxxx74: the barrel length. if they had a fixed stock they would be short barrel rifle.
B r y a n Chambers: Do you own all the guns you show
Commiefornia: Me too...this state is going into the crap hole...look out Greece here we come!
Jesse Sisolack: Do not tell the BATFE that, or they will have heart attacks.
SchuboxProductions: thanks for clearing up my confusion
MThrow: I like the rounded lever of the Rossi, but the brass frame of the Henry, too bad you can't get both features from one of the makers.
srtowner: You make me happy. :)
srtowner: The Mare's Leg was the name given to a customized shortened rifle by Steve McQueen's character on the television series Wanted: Dead or Alive (1958--1961). McQueen's character was named Josh Randall, and the gun has been referred to as a Winchester Randall, or a Randall Special
srtowner: These are NOT cut down rifles, that would make them SBR's and would require a $200 SBR permit. A Mares leg is built from ground up as a pistol which makes them legal to own with the same provisions as a pistol. They have a 12" barrel and an overall length of 24" give or take. There are no provisions to install a stock on these.
SchuboxProductions: those look like rifles to me. what puts them in the pistol category?
weerd2normal: what is the purpose of the extended loop on the roostering lever?
kasper pedersen: why are they called "mare`s leg"
valhallawelcomesme: The only thing i dont like about the rossi is that stupid little safety on the top, the Henry looks awesome with the octagon barrel but i havent had the chance to check one out close up.
Brian P: i think you should delete a few of your old un-popular vids that way your 1,911's vid can be an all out 1911 vid!! a very in depth with many 1911's
Cole Hart: Im not sure I understand what youre saying, but no, The 45. Long colt cannot shoot a 45. acp round. 45 long colt is alot longer and a tiny bit skinnier.
SteeliesOrbs: Can the 45 long shoot the pistol 45 cal
MThrow: The first time I saw a Mare's leg was when I was a kid watching Steve McQueen in "Wanted: Dead or Alive". and the second time was in my favorite sci fi show "Firefly", Gina Torres's character Zoey religiously carried one all through the show, and in the movie "Serenity"
ZeaMoore4: Who doesn't love a good lever gun?
MurdocHughes: I love the Henry.
Padurariu Catalin: Where is model 1887 ?
hmpeter: Beautiful pistols, thank you for sharing!
FrackleRackle: Quick! Delete a video!
mrgrimm49: do you need a license for that henry .45 in new york?
hydra046: I like the gold lettering. The Henry is covered in shiny brass. It's like icing on a cake. A very bright, reflective cake, but a cake none the less
hydra046: I wonder if .45 Schofields would feed in the .45 Colt
tfordman223: Oh so sweet i like the rossi's but i love the Henry but you're right the gold lettering is a bitt much but no stuppid "Safety" is a Plus . i have the older rossi 357 rifle it is nice and has no safety B.S
John Parker: future sbr canidate? Seems like any of them would be realy cool as a sbr.
pcnightmare52: I don't get those at all.
urbansurvivor101: Nice man! I love that 22 you let me shoot
Alan Solingen: i hate that little swivle safety..it just pisses me off. We got by without one for decades :P
usframe: I find the Henry arms to be well built. Nice video!
GunWebsites: carbines have stocks and are rifles.. these don't and aren't
xxuncexx: need one in 12 gauge so people can go with you if they want to live
GunWebsites: crap, I didn't think of that
JMB is rolling over in his grave..
L00kin4ward: Interesting, I've been thinking about these things lately. I would love to have one some day.
Buffman: They're federally regulated as pistols :)
Nuggedee: Blasphemy! You didn't have a 1911 in your 1,911th video. (cool guns though)
Fordfanforlife777: Aww man! I was looking forward to a 1911 video when you reached it. Oh well! I'm not one to complain. Congrats!