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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-08-2016, 10:17 AM Thread Starter
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In this video I received today he talks about a new single shot rifle & shotgun but I find no mention of it otherwise at their web site. Anyone hear anything about this? It appears around the 20 minute mark of this video.

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very interesting !!! 8)

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The video indicated that the single shots would be available in January 2017.

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As a follow-up to this post, I would encourage everybody who thinks that they may want to buy one of the new single shot Henry rifles, to please go to the Henry Repeating Rifles subject board here on GBO, check my post on Voting for your Caliber, and enter a vote as to the one caliber you might be most interested in for this rifle. (Currently, I think the info on these rifles just says .308, .243, .223, 45-70 "and others.")


After a sufficient period of time to let everyone vote, we will ask the Henry Company to take a look at our results. It may influence their decision as to additional calibers. If your vote is for one of the already listed calibers, then so be it. Vote for it.


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post #5 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-22-2016, 10:40 PM
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they are on the site now. MSRP something like 429.00,but i'm guessing street price will be less.
No barrel interchange is mentioned.
Ad does say something like " not made to be cheap or priced cheap ". They don't know us very well. lol
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I noticed it uses the Weaver 82 scope mount the same as H&R - NEF.
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Just saw the single shots on the Henry website. They are really nice looking rifles. I expect I'll have either the 243 or 223 when they come out.
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I'll prolly opt for the blued 308 or 45-70.....maybe both!

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I contacted Henry's Tech Rep and was informed that the 44 MAG version has 1:20 rifling twist rate.

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post #10 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-16-2017, 11:24 PM
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I received an e-mail from Mr. Imperato today informing me that the 357 Single shot rifle will be out sometime around Fall time. Seems like I saw a street price for the Single Shots around $383.00. Can't wait for them, it's a sure candidate for a Maxi conversion when I get one.

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