We’ve published several articles on Henry rifles here at Great American Outdoors and your responce has been terific. But it occoured to me, the one caliber we haven’t spotlightied, was the Henry Big Boy chambered in .357 Magnun. So I intend to make-up for that right now.
In the video below, we take a look at the Henry Big Boy Lever Action Rifle in .357 Magnum. The classic brass framed Henrys always have a nice classic appeal and have the performance to boot and the .357 Magnum chambering is no slouch as it has been known to take down medium sized game such as whitetail deer with good shot placement. For general plinking, .38 Special can also be shot in this rifle making for very light recoiling, easy shooting fun.
Don’t let the retro look fool you, these rifles are much more than shootin’ irons for today’s new breed of cowboy. The traditional 20″ octagonal barrel is outfitted with a classic fully adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight with a reversible white diamond insert and a brass beaded front sight. The tubular magazine tops off at 10 rounds.
*I’ll place the complete specs beneath the video for you to check out, in the meantime, enjoy the video.