Two Henrys and a Cattleman.........

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leverman44
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Two Henrys and a Cattleman.........

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All .22 and the Cattleman 12 shooter makes a great sidekick for the Henry Evil Roy lever carbine. The Pump is a fun time too on the plate rack!
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Re: Two Henrys and a Cattleman.........

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That sounds like a winning combination, capacity with a .22 is the fun way to go 8) only downside is keeping count so you don't have too many dry fires.... :D
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Re: Two Henrys and a Cattleman.........

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My W. W. Greener-converted Martini is a fun shooter--and it does have a lever, too. It was born in 1879 as a Martini-Henry Mk III in .577-450; converted to .303 Artillery Carbine Mk I in 1897; and became a .22 in the Edwardian period for the N.R.A.--of England. Goes bang every time, and happy with El Cheapo bulk .22s. Lotsa fun, and turns heads at the range. A definite keeper, along with the '81 Marlin 39M. My two faves, for sure.
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