Henry Lever Action X Model H010X 45-70 Government

We really liked the improved sights and the addition of the side-loading gate. Accuracy was good, but it wouldn’t handle longer handloads.

GUN TESTS GRADE: A- $817 According to our research, the first lever-action rifles on the market were quite probably Colt’s 1st and 2nd Ring Models, both cap-and-ball rifles, produced by the Patent Arms Manufacturing Company of Paterson, NJ, between 1837 and 1841. The ring lever was located in front of the trigger and, when pulled, […]
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