Posted September 20, 2018 7:00 pm by Comments

By Terril Hebert

I am a sucker for a good casehardening job, but you will either love or be disappointed by the lack of polish.

Terril gets to shooting the Henry Casehardened Big Boy 357 Magnum Rifle.

Henry Casehardened Big Boy 357 Magnum Rifle

USA – -(

I am a sucker for an excellent casehardening job, but you will either love or be disappointed by the lack of polish.

Despite this little qualm, fit and finish was excellent with no inlaying gaps, and the checkering was well-placed and well executed. As one would expect from a Henry, the action worked smoothly with a flick of the wrist. No grit, no slop. Nitpicking aside, I was excited. The pistol caliber lever action has always been espoused as handy and easy to shoot. I am no stranger to the 357 Magnum and 38 Special cartridges that this Henry eats, so I had plenty of ammo on hand to test. I was sure it would be a fun time. These blued steel components are matted smartly to a color casehardened steel frame and a corresponding American walnut buttstock and fore end. The buttstock has a traditional straight comb and grip that rides along the gun’s lever action terminating to a hefty rubber buttpad.

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