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Henry Big Boy

Henry Repeating Arms returns to the era of big-caliber lever actions with the Big Boy, its first .44-caliber model since 1862. Chambered in .44 Magnum/.44 Special, the Big Boy has a 20-inch octagon barrel with a 1:38 right-hand twist and an overall length of 38 1/2 inches. Sights are a fully adjustable Marble semibuckhorn rear sight and white diamond insert and brass bead front sight. The Big Boy has a bright brass receiver, buttplate, and barrel band and a stock made from American walnut. Weight is 8.68 pounds. The suggested retail price is $749.95.

For more information, contact Henry Repeating Arms, Dept. ST, 110 8th St., Brooklyn, NY 11215; 718-499-5600;

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