The Henry Big Boy .357 is a cowboy gun with class (VIDEO)

Hickok45 tries out a nice Henry Big Boy, a hard-hitting but easy shooting lever-action rifle in .38/.357 that does the job while looking good.

With its brass receiver and barrel band complemented by a black American walnut stock, Henry has been making these guns in .44 Mag, .45 LC and .357 since 2008. In Hick’s variant, it will hold 10 rounds in the tubular magazine held under its characteristic octagonal barrel.

And as Hickok shows, it will bust a watermelon or Kentucky two-liter with style.

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