Henry Side Gate Lever Action .410 Shotgun Test Drive – Review
By John Crump
U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- When my editor contacted me to see if I wanted to review the new Henry Side Gate Lever Action .410 Shotgun, I emphatically said yes. I love lever action guns and cowboy-style revolvers. I love them so much I might have been a cowboy walking the streets of Tomb Stone in my previous life. I have a collection of lever-action rifles from Henry, Marin, Savage, Winchester, Rossi, and more. I am always looking to increase my collection when it comes to lever-action long guns.
Why would turn down the opportunity to discuss a new offering by one of the most historic firearms company in the world?
The Henry firearms have been around for a very long time. Benjamin Tyler Henry designed the Henry Repeating Rifle in 1860. He chambered his rifle in .44 Henry Rimfire and sold it for $40, which adjusted for inflation that comes out to $1,246. The rifle saw action for both sides of the Civil War.