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Old 10-13-2016, 11:25 AM   #1
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Henry is coming out with a .410 shotgun the first quarter of next year. I know I'll be buying one.
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Old 10-13-2016, 12:01 PM   #2
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You're the first person I thought of, when I heard those were coming out.
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Good squirrel hunting gun.
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I knew you would get one. I want one but I also want about 100 other guns.
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My shotgunning days are long over, but I suspect it would be fun shooting slugs in that gun.
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I have a ton of slugs I bought for my Winchester 9410 but I don't shoot it very often. Henry introduces the shotgun in this video near the end.

https://youtu.be/InJK8hlD_NY
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303, thank you ever so much for the video link. I watched the whole thing in its entirety and have to say that I was very, very impressed. Have known about the Rice Lake, Wisconsin made Henrys and may get one, at some point. Kind of like that single shot. Only thing missing in the video was an interview with you. Was half expecting to see that at some point.
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That's a good lookin hunk'a lumber on that single shot rifle.
I didn't know they were makin single shot shotguns too. Now they need to make a hammered double barrel.
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Henry is really steppin' up their game.
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That's a good lookin hunk'a lumber on that single shot rifle.
I didn't know they were makin single shot shotguns too. Now they need to make a hammered double barrel.
Over at the Henry site I started a thread titled "What would you like to see Henry make" and several of the suggestions are coming to fruit. The Henry site is sponsored by Henry. Must say it feels good to be a co-owner of the site. Daytime Dave and I own and operate it and set all the rules.
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Over at the Henry site I started a thread titled "What would you like to see Henry make" and several of the suggestions are coming to fruit. The Henry site is sponsored by Henry. Must say it feels good to be a co-owner of the site. Daytime Dave and I own and operate it and set all the rules.
I thought your job was to break the rules.
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I thought your job was to break the rules.
I never break rules. I use a creative interpretation of them.
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I never break rules. I use a creative interpretation of them.
You just draw attention to the rules that need bending......
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I never break rules. I use a creative interpretation of them.
Well, I've always thought the law was meant to be interpreted in a lenient manner. Sometimes I lean one way and sometimes I lean the other.
(Paul Newman as Hud Bannon)
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I have a ton of slugs I bought for my Winchester 9410 but I don't shoot it very often. ]
Have you tried cut shells . They work good and don't fly a 100 miles . They don't work well running them threw a action but loading single shot I love them .

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I had forgotten about that. You had told me about it a year or so ago. Thanks for reminding me.
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I have a ton of slugs I bought for my Winchester 9410 but I don't shoot it very often. Henry introduces the shotgun in this video near the end.

https://youtu.be/InJK8hlD_NY
Interesting video.

What Henry seems particularly good at is producing guns that others do not, or producing better versions of guns than others do.

The lever action .410 doesn't interest me much, but the color case-hardened rifles do.
These are beautiful.

However, I do take exception to is hanging a honking big recoil pad off the end of what is otherwise a very traditional lever action rifle. It just looks wrong and ruins it IMHO.

While I do realize that many people like to magnumize their .45-70s, and that some people are recoil-sensitive, I would still much prefer these rifles with a either a color
case-hardened steel butt-plate to match, or at least a shotgun-style composite flat
butt-plate. (like the pre-recoil pad Marlin 336 carbines and Winchester 1894 carbines)

The single-barreled break-open shotgun and rifle are also great ideas.
While these already exist as cheaper guns, a higher-quality alternative is something that people want, I think. Even if it costs more.
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