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Hosted by Larry Shields and Dan Schneider, these instructional videos cover subjects from safety and adjustments to complete disassembly, cleaning and lubrication, and reassembly. This exclusive video series will help guide you to the proper maintenance of your Henry firearm. Introduced by the U.S. Army in 1873, this cartridge was first known as the .45 Government. Henry Instructional Video Series. Henry Side Gate Lever Action Rifle in 45-70 Every time I take one of their rifles out of the box I am blown away by their appearance. In the past, we have always taken inspiration from the original 1860s-era Henry rifle by opting to design our firearms with a removable tube magazine. Being that I have a few rifles and even a pistol chambered in 45-70, I had a few varieties of ammunition on hand.

Pictures do not do this rifle justice. I set my target up at 100 yards with the rifle supported by sandbags. I took a 20-box of HSM Cowboy Action Lead RNFP 405 Grains and a 20-round box of 325 grain Hornady LEVERevelution. And this new Henry .45-70 Government chambering is capable of taking any animal on earth. It’s a caliber that traces its origins from the battlefield to its modern-day presence in hunting camps across the country, and it’s capable of handling even the largest game in North America. Henry has released this rifle in several calibers, including .30-30 Win, .35 Rem, and .38-55 Win, along with the .45-70 Govt, all with the same hardened brass receivers, engraved wood, and brass butt plates. We’re no sticks in the mud though, and when loyal Henry customers ask, loyal Henry customers receive. Henry H010X Lever X Model 45-70 Gov 4+1 19.80 Black Stock Blued By adding this item to your WishList, you will be notified automatically via email when this item's price has dropped. Shooting the 45-70 Henry side loading gate At the Range. Lever Action .45-70 .45-70 The choice of the big-game hunters .