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The local shop received an ammo shipment and I went by to restock my meager supplies. I had to kick some tires while waiting to be helped and in the dark corner I spied what appeared to be a child's rifle. Out of curiosity I asked to look it. As this was placed in my hands, the lights dimmed, electric bolts swirled and an enchanted voice told me to buy it.
I love this handgun, yes that's how they sell the 38spl/357mag 12" barrel mares leg. I'm not sure what I'll use it for, other than a range blaster.
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I love that gun! Been wanting one for awhile. Congrats.
It is very cool. It took me forever to find one when they first came out but i got it. Mine is in .45 lc.
very cool, i've been meaning to get one one day when i get a revolver so i have a reason to stock up on .38 and .357. they seem pretty reliable haven't heard a bad thing about them
Being a old Steve McQueen fan I couldn't wait to get one when they first came out.
Even though I reload 38/357 I piled up a lot of brass.
I thought, what we need is a 22LR Mare's Leg.
So I bought the first Henry I saw.
The LGS took in a nice 45LC in trade a few days ago. I'd buy it but I'm not into reloading the 45LC.
Truck gun, but you're going to have a tough time convincing the nice Police Officer that it's a handgun.
Easily one of the most unless firearm made today....
But one of the coolest :) I would love one in .45LC. :)
Nice pick up :)
The gun can be steadied by laying the side if the butt stock against your cheek.
Don't do it.
I shot the gun like this with 38 Special. Seemed to be OK and it did help aimed fire.
Next morning looking in the morror it looked like someone beat the crap out of my face. My cheek was brused for several days.
A small lady that shot the 22 could put the butt stock against her shoulder. She was very accurate even back to 52 yards.
She liked the 22 Henery so much she bought one. :)
With a little practice shooting from the hip you can get very accurate beyound 10 yards, fast firing.
And fast firing is fun.
Congrats on your new Blaster!
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