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This is a discussion on Henry X model within the Rifles, SKS, AR, AK, Long Guns forums, part of the HandGuns, Pistols and Revolvers, Long Rifles, Shotguns, SKS, AK, AR category; Henry finally came out with a rifle that I want. With a side loading gate and mag tube for the best of both worlds. Threaded ...

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    Henry X model

    Henry finally came out with a rifle that I want. With a side loading gate and mag tube for the best of both worlds. Threaded barrel and pistol grip stock. Calibers include 357, 44mag and 45 colt plus 45/70 and 410 shotgun. Looks like a great little rifle for having a pistol/rifle combo in the same caliber. MSRP looks like $970 but cost is around $680 so look around for a deal.

    44mag is on my list for a buddy to the 629's.

    https://www.henryusa.com/x-models/
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    Last edited by Chipper; 02-05-2020 at 06:08 AM.
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    Um ... I dunno I'm a purist when it come to lever actions. I'm having trouble warming up to that Henry. Lever guns should not have rails, scopes and synthetic stocks on them that's just wrong!
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    I'll agree with the synthetic stocks. Never liked the cheap rough plastic. Why not a nice Hogue rubber stock. Suppose could swap out the plastic for a walnut which would make for a pretty cool rifle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chipper View Post
    I'll agree with the synthetic stocks. Never liked the cheap rough plastic. Why not a nice Hogue rubber stock. Suppose could swap out the plastic for a walnut which would make for a pretty cool rifle.
    I can see how I could make use of one if I had a nice big ranch Id be more apt to throw that in the back of a gator or a pickup while riding the fence line as it would handle abuse better than a fine wood stock.
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    Two of our 336 have had scopes on them from the day they came home. Something would be wrong with out them. early in their life they took a fair number of deer.
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    Synthetic stocks are ugly. But they don’t shrink or swell, are resistant to dents, and overall are lighter and more durable. Most of my recently acquired guns have synthetic stocks since now I value durability and function over looks. But hey, I get it! Buy what you like!
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