Gun Report

Henry Big Boy No. H006M 357 Magnum/38 Special

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The Big Boy looks great with the brass receiver, and it performed just as well. The smooth action had no misfeeds. And the sights made acquiring the target quick and easy.

Henry Big Boy No. H006M 357 Magnum/38 Special

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Side ejection would make a scope right at home, but we'd never scope this handsome rifle.
The Henry muzzle measured 0.83 inches across the flats, which put a lot of weight out front. It didn't affect handling, we said. That's light reflection on the barrel edge, not wear.
One of the many things we liked about the Big Boy was the excellent fitting at all the joints. That denotes superior workmanship, which we found throughout the gun.
The wood finish on the Big boy buttstock was complete, with no open pores. The muted clearcoat glowed on the wood, which had a pretty rich-red brown tone we liked.
The sights were easy to see and align.

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