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I have an Uberti 1860 Henry carrier block that has been modified to take short rounds with the side set screw. I used it Civil War reenacting to feed heavily crimped 38-40 made into blanks in either a 45 or 44-40 Henry. It would work on short .44 Russian or .45 Cowboy. I'll do $60 shipped, PRICE NOW $50 since a new, unmodified carrier block is $60 plus shipping from VTI. I gave $75 plus shipping 10 or 12 years ago. Pics to follow
My new Henry Arms H011 New Classic 1860 Henry in .44-40 is the perfect match for my Kirst/Pietta 1860 cartridge conversions. (The H011 is my upcoming January Cowboy Chronicle article) I've been a Henry shooter since I started SASS in 1994, starting with Uberti and Navy Arms (pre-Uberti - US made) until I found the Henry Repeating Arms one. If the Henry Arms 1860 is a Mercedes, the Uberti, which would be a Chevy! The HRA is the slickest, smoothest, from the factory 1860 Henry I have ever had. The fit and finish, the bluing, and polished brass are the richest and nicest of any rifle I have ever owned. Before I got it, the Marlin 1894 Century Limited .44-40 with Doug Turnbull color case and engraving held that spot.
SOLD PENDING FUNDS WTS 1860 Henry in 45 Colt (LC) Imprints on rifle: NAVY ARMS CO. UNION CITY NY MADE IN ITALY CAL. 45 LC CAT. 2351 PROOF MARKS A. UBERT I- ITALY R SERIAL # 25+++ Ladder fold down rear sight Stock no short stroke Rifle butt leather cover. Lever leather cover Some scratches on cover plate. Please see pictures. 1st I'll take it posted on this site gets it. Shoots well, hate to let it go but life has a way of messing with you. $1000 + shipping Will ship anywhere your FFL will accept a shipment from an individual. No trades. Will only ship to FFL where legal. Your FFL must provide me with a copy of their license. Only bank cashiers check or money order please. Don't hesitate to PM me with any comments or questions.
A shout out to my sweet Gunfighter friend, Widowmaker Hill! Tommy and I finally got to shoot our .22 Henry's with your "soft stroke" and Slater's triggers! What fun they are! SMOOTH and FUN!! I wonder if I can sneak past the loading officer and shoot the Henry instead of my Widdermatic .32 H & R Marlin? They're used to me loading through the tube already! haha Seriously, this game is full of wonderful folks and a lot of them are shooters and gunsmiths - Surly Dave, WIdder, Slater, Three Cut, Fast Eddie, Boomstick Jay, Jimmy Spurs... and, seems I have a special place in my heart for cowboys...and gunsmiths!