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And it looks something like this...
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.357, 20" Octagon barrel. It's got a little weight over the nose, but it shoots like a dream. Did a two day SASS competition with it and it shoots better than I do.
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And yet, another lever rifle comes to the forums. And a happy owner!
Damn nice rifle you got there. A dandy.

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Another hillbilly assault weapon. Congratulations!
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Looks real good, I'm looking into getting myself one of these for Christmas too!
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I'm definitely loving this one. Cleaned it up and without being able to run any rounds through it, I went straight into a two day match with it. I put 120 rounds downrange and not one hiccup.

Oh, and it's the Cimarron offering of the Uberti 1873.
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What's not to love about a '73! save for the fact it ain't a .45-70.

One of these days I gotta come out to a SASS shoot and check it out.

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I'm definitely loving this one. Cleaned it up and without being able to run any rounds through it, I went straight into a two day match with it. I put 120 rounds downrange and not one hiccup.

Oh, and it's the Cimarron offering of the Uberti 1873.
I've got a 20" Oct barrel 92 with case hardening in 38/357, not as heavy as my 24" but still heavy. I would think you guys would use the lighter round barrel guns. You run 20" barrels for the extra mag space or does it matter?
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Great looking piece there OP, a '73 is on my wish list.
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Great choice. Uberti makes a great 73 clone. Which SASS group are you shooting with?
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Great choice. Uberti makes a great 73 clone. Which SASS group are you shooting with?
I'm not a member of any local group, yet. I have a friend that has been helping me out (got me into this, help me shoot my wallet, whatever...) that is a member of the Cajon Cowboys.
I have had a Cimarron Model P for 5 or so years and he let me borrow one of his Vaqueros, a '97 Winchester pump and an Uberti '73 for my first ever match with the Jokers Wild up at the Panorama Sportsman's Club. Well, two weeks later I was in Lytle Creek at the West End Gun Club shooting the same generously loaned firearms and ammo.

The next thing you know, my bench looked like this just before I went back up to Panorama for the Great Northfield Raid....
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That is the exact levergun I want one day. Win '73 .357mag 20" octagon bbl. Very nice OP. It looks like a work of art.

Sidebar, the new Henry's make me want to vomit. I dont know why so many people go apechit over them.

I shot a buddy's Uberti '73 20" in 45LC. It sounded like a 22lr. The long barrel really makes for a light muzzle "blast" with a pistol caliber round. I imagine the .357 or .38 is even more pleasurable to shoot.
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That is the exact levergun I want one day. Win '73 .357mag 20" octagon bbl. Very nice OP. It looks like a work of art.

Sidebar, the new Henry's make me want to vomit. I dont know why so many people go apechit over them.

I shot a buddy's Uberti '73 20" in 45LC. It sounded like a 22lr. The long barrel really makes for a light muzzle "blast" with a pistol caliber round. I imagine the .357 or .38 is even more pleasurable to shoot.
Yeah, I was thinking of going with a Rossi 92 (and may still add one to the safe), but after shooting the 73, I just knew.
I still want to see what it's like with factory 38 and 357 ammo, so far all I've shot through her has been cowboy loads.
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Another hillbilly assault weapon. Congratulations!
And yet with proper ammo management, it can have as much firepower as a 12 ga pump gun, but with a 200 yard range.

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Of the two,,, the Tactics are by far the most important. A Kid with a 10/22 and 500 rounds of ammo (which he could easily carry in a school backpack) and the proper tactics could wage an effective covert war on the Elites that they'd never see coming. Those tactics are available in video games which kids play everyday after school.

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That is the exact levergun I want one day. Win '73 .357mag 20" octagon bbl. Very nice OP. It looks like a work of art.

Sidebar, the new Henry's make me want to vomit. I dont know why so many people go apechit over them.

I shot a buddy's Uberti '73 20" in 45LC. It sounded like a 22lr. The long barrel really makes for a light muzzle "blast" with a pistol caliber round. I imagine the .357 or .38 is even more pleasurable to shoot.
What is it about the Henry's you don't care for? I have two, .357 and .45 Colt.
Well made, great fit and finish, smooth cycling and accurate. Curious is all.
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I shot a buddy's Uberti '73 20" in 45LC. It sounded like a 22lr. The long barrel really makes for a light muzzle "blast" with a pistol caliber round. I imagine the .357 or .38 is even more pleasurable to shoot.
Mouse fart loads, the 73 toggle action won't handle full magnum loads for very long, it's not really needed for cowboy action.
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What is it about the Henry's you don't care for? I have two, .357 and .45 Colt.
Well made, great fit and finish, smooth cycling and accurate. Curious is all.
Not my style. Im only interested in leverguns that are historical reproductions. There is nothing of historical value with the new Henry's.
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Mouse fart loads, the 73 toggle action won't handle full magnum loads for very long, it's not really needed for cowboy action.
Yup. Thats what I was shooting. Very pleasurable to shoot.
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Not my style. Im only interested in leverguns that are historical reproductions. There is nothing of historical value with the new Henry's.
Nothing wrong with that. Lots of new guns out there, Henry just seems to be one of the few if not the only manufacturer of lever guns that gives the people what they want.

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Like Penn, I wonder what the deal is?
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Not my style. Im only interested in leverguns that are historical reproductions. There is nothing of historical value with the new Henry's.
Made in the US of A is historically enough for me. My 357 Big Boy Steel is on the way. I didn’t live in the 1800s so I don’t care about any repos. Just a fine lever gun that is as American as I am.
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Not my style. Im only interested in leverguns that are historical reproductions. There is nothing of historical value with the new Henry's.
Oh, I see. "nothing of historical value with the new Henry's." Perhaps you should look into a Henry Original 1860 model. A bit more "historical reproduction" type than most out there. Just a thought. Remember, the current Henry's you speak of, didn't come about until 1996. And a better "reproduction" than most. There are a good number of "reproductions", few, if any as good as the Henry "1860 Original".
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I like the Henry's and because of you knuckleheads and your bad influence on me, I will probably add one to the collection. The tube feed part of them is a buzzkill for me, though.
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Now Rev, you've loaded .22's with tube feed right? Same. And way easier to unload. Nothing wrong with side gate loaders; I got, or had them all. Marlins, Winchesters. Rossi is on my list.
But, it's almost Thanksgiving. So, we'll just like what we like. And call it good.
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I like the Henry's and because of you knuckleheads and your bad influence on me, I will probably add one to the collection. The tube feed part of them is a buzzkill for me, though.
Apples and Penn have really put a dent in my wallet..stupid reloading

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Now Rev, you've loaded .22's with tube feed right? Same. And way easier to unload. Nothing wrong with side gate loaders; I got, or had them all. Marlins, Winchesters. Rossi is on my list.
Tom, you've seen those speed loaders for 22LR tube fed guns, right? If we had one or two of those setup we could put 50-100 rounds down range a hell of a lot faster then any side loader. I like both, again Henry is going to give us what we want. They have already started their side loaders that also use top loading. We get the best of both world with these new Henry's......
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Now Rev, you've loaded .22's with tube feed right? Same. And way easier to unload. Nothing wrong with side gate loaders; I got, or had them all. Marlins, Winchesters. Rossi is on my list.
But, it's almost Thanksgiving. So, we'll just like what we like. And call it good.
Happy Thanksgiving!
Actually, the only tube feed I ever had was a BB gun.
And yes, you are right, it's all good. Happy Thanksgiving.
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Tom, you've seen those speed loaders for 22LR tube fed guns, right? If we had one or two of those setup we could put 50-100 rounds down range a hell of a lot faster then any side loader. I like both, again Henry is going to give us what we want. They have already started their side loaders that also use top loading. We get the best of both world with these new Henry's......
It will be interesting when Henry comes out with the pistol caliber side loaders, for sure.

And yeah, my reloading has jumped into overdrive since my new found cowboy hobby hit town.

I may actually have to get a Dillon 650.

And a shot shell progressive....



Dang, I still need spurs...
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Not that I'm against modern lever guns. But if you are going to make a modern design at least make it side loading or mag loading. Equating a modern "Henry" design with the 1860 is retarded. Spare me the hysterics. I would own a faithful repro of an 1860 in .44 Henry RIMFIRE in a second but I actually want to shoot it. So an 1866 or 1873 hell even an 1892 is what I'll spend my money on. I would love to own a Browning lever gun. I really dont know why modern Henry's even exist.

This is a proper modern levergun BTW:

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Yeah, you crossed the line there
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When Henry offers a side load/tube feed 357/38 it is all over for the competition IMHO. There is a wide band of personal preference and brand loyalty that may save Marlin and Winny. Maybe not.
Golf, sorry to hear you got hit hard by the reloading bug. No cure. You never recover. Savings eaten by 2X shooting. But shooting is the goal. LOL Penn and Apples are evil.
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When Henry offers a side load/tube feed 357/38 it is all over for the competition IMHO. There is a wide band of personal preference and brand loyalty that may save Marlin and Winny. Maybe not.
Golf, sorry to hear you got hit hard by the reloading bug. No cure. You never recover. Savings eaten by 2X shooting. But shooting is the goal. LOL Penn and Apples are evil.
I just equate reloading as to having picked up another hobby to go with my hobby that replaced my expensive hobby that I had before.

Thanks for all the positive replies and y'all have a Happy Thanksgiving.
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Old 11-28-2019, 3:19 PM
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When Henry offers a side load/tube feed 357/38 it is all over for the competition IMHO. There is a wide band of personal preference and brand loyalty that may save Marlin and Winny. Maybe not.
^This^

It will also be a truly "modern" rifle.
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