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The Big Boy Classic is a Western-style lever action centerfire rifle. The Big Boy Classic features an American walnut straight grip stock and forearm solid brass receiver octagonal blued steel 20 barrel fully adjustable semi-buckhorn with reversible white diamond insert rear and brass beaded front sights sliding bar safety system tubular magazine and brass buttplate and barrel bands. Available in several calibers including 44 MagnumSpecial 45 ACP 357 Magnum38 Special 41 Magnum or 327 Federal Mag.
Action Lever Action - Caliber 44 MAG 44SP - Capacity 10 - Front Sight White Diamond Insert and Brass Beaded - Rear Sight Adjustable Marble semi-buckhorn - Barrel 20 - Twist 1.38 - Stock Straight-grip American walnut - Finish Solid top brass receiver brass buttplate and brass barrel ban - Weight 8.68 lb. - Overall Length 38.5 - Back when the West was still wild and the rifle was the tool of choice for survival and frontier justice the venerable 44-caliber put more meat on the table and outlaws in the ground than any other bullet - The West may have been tamed and fenced long ago but its unbridled spirit lives on in this line of traditional big-bore Henry rifles - Choose from .44 Magnum 45 Colt and 357MAG. All are SASS approved so Cowboy Action shooters who enjoy stepping back to that bygone era can use them in competition. - Dont let the retro look fool you these rifles are much more than shootin irons for todays new breed of cowboy. - Theyre also the unbeatable choice of big-game hunters who prefer the traditional look feel reliability and accuracy that comes from an authentic Henry rifle. - 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. - Both the straight-grip stock and forearm are crafted of select American walnut accented with a brass barrel band and Henrys recognizable brass receiver. All have that crisp smooth action that sets an authentic American-made Henry apart from other lever action rifles on the range and in the woods today. - The .44 Magnum can also shoot .44 special rounds and the .357 Magnum can also shoot .38 special rounds.
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