By Major Van Harl
Henry Big Boy Steel Rifle in .41 Magnum review and background.
United States -(AmmoLand.com)- If you go back in US history to the 1850s, even before the Henry repeating rifle was made by the New Haven Arms Company, its predecessor the Volcanic Repeating Arms Company made a lever action firearm using a self-contained cartridge in .41 caliber.
A modern .41 caliber cartridge has been introduced to the Henry lever action rifle line. Henry Wisconsin started the manufacturing of their new Henry Big Boy Steel rifle in 41 Remington Magnum (H012M41) in January of 2016 (https://www.henryrifles.com/rifles/henry-big-boy-steel/).
As I was filling out the paper work at the Shooter Sports Center in Racine, WI. (www.shooteronline.com) Mike Arts the manager pulled the Henry 41 mag out of the box and shouldered the rifle. “You are not going to feel much recoil with that pad on the butt stock” was his first comment. As far as I can tell from doing my research there is no one in the firearms manufacturing industry that is making a lever action rifle in 41 mag.
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