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Just have to show it off... HRA H011 New Classic Henry .44-40

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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)

 

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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.

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OK...I need one, no longer just wanting one.  Gorgeous rifle! 

 

Now where can I come up with the funding?

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Hillbilly Drifter has one for sale in the classifieds.

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I see it's time to start saving again...

 

Either brass or color-cased version.

 

You hit the wood lottery with that stock!

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Man, that is just gorgeous. I love my Miroku/Winchester 66, but I might have to sell it off to get a Henry. Love it.

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10 hours ago, Tuolumne Lawman 6127 said:

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.

 

So that would make the HRA a Cadillac?  

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7 minutes ago, H. K. Uriah, SASS #74619 said:

 

So that would make the HRA a Cadillac?  

True, it is American made, after all!   LOL.  Even Winchesters are made in Japan.  Just Colt, Henry, Marlin, and Ruger made in the USA.

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Cadillac ,,, With Jensen Healy price Tag ???

 

Jabez Cowboy

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MSRP is about 25% higher than a Cimarron Uberti 1860, but what you get for that 25% is off the chart.  HRA also has a lifetime warranty, and by all accounts awesome customer service...

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Here are comparisons between the HRA and a Navy Arms:

 

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I picked up one 3-4 years ago 

 

Great rifle, it is sitting in my safe waiting for my oldest Grandson to get a little older, he's 5 now

 

His middle name is Henry, so it's a Henry, made by Henry., and going to Henry

 

When I told the Wife that story She went to her Piggy Bank and gave me the money to buy the Henry

 

Now for the rest of the story

 

One day I had the safe open and he was there and saw the Henry for the 1st.  time, put his hand on it and said MINE

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