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Henry breaks new ground with the introduction of their first Lever - Action. 410 Shotguns, but they are not the types to sit back and rest on their laurels. Lever Action Shotgun X Model. 410 takes the same quick - handling platform and dresses it up with a slew of features to raise the bar for performance and versatility. Whether youre in fields flushing out rabbits or relying on your. 410 for home protection, ability to quickly load Shotgun and keep magazine top off is paramount to being as effective as possible. For this reason, Henry opted to fit this versatile small - gauge with a side loading gate on the receiver, but the removable tube magazine didnt go anywhere. For quick unloading, simply cycle Action to empty chamber and remove the tube magazine to pour out the rest. Your flurry of fire will be quick to target with bright fiber optic front sight and drill and tap receiver allow you to mount optics that best suit your needs. Tough synthetic furniture provides a lightweight and worry - free alternative to our typical hardwood and accommodates in - line sling swivel studs, Picatinny rail, and M - Lok accessory slots on forestock. Solid rubber recoil pad ensure comfortable fit for even the most recoil - sensitive shooters. Continuing with the theme of versatility, 19. 8 smooth bore barrel is threaded internally at muzzle end for invector style choke to give you full control over your shot pattern. When shots are expected to be close and fast, and 12 or 20 is just too much gun, Lever Action Shotgun X Model. 410 rises to occasion and then some.

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Look and Feel

To say that Lever - Action firearms are of iconic American stature risks, to borrow from the poet Alexander Pope, damning them with faint praise. Vastly chronicled in literature and film, countries ' westward expansion in the post - Civil War era appears AT times to have progress as much on the virtues of Spencers, Henrys and Winchesters as on paddles of riverboats, or the wheels of prairie schooners or iron horses. Nor were those virtues arcane. Since Day 2 of the gunpowder eraand early in the day, we positshooters have been looking for faster, more easily replenish methods to put powder power to work. Such work could easily become life - and - death matter in frontier days, and the middle of the 19th century saw two crucial technologies finally alignmechanically sturdy metallic ignition / propellant / projectile cartridge systems, and breach loading. To say that development snowball in the 1800s closed would be an understatement: From rimfires to serious BIG - game calibers, Lever Guns were everywhere. Failing to instantly visualize Lever - Action shotguns, however, does put one AT odds with history or our Henry Lever Action. In fact, type was left largely behind by the Lever revolution for a number of reasons. Not least was the comparative fragility of shotgun ammunition. 410 or otherwiseespecially, when considered in light of new, powerful smokeless propellants sweeping through almost all ammunition of time. John Browning's 1887 designs for Winchester were exceptions, but even they were only modest commercial successes. Comparatively heavy and not exactly robust, both were out of production by 1920. Century of fast - forward and right clever thinking got us to the handsome, versatile 20 - inch Henry Repeating Arms shotgun. Borrowing From companys updates to Benjamin Tyler Henry's 1860 design, a. 45 - 70 Rifle - length Action lend dimensions need for. 410. The result is an immensely strong, soft - shooting and versatile shotgun. 410 bores are often acknowledged as choice for both beginners and expertsdue to light recoil in the first case, and requisite precision in the secondbut, Henry does so many things well that it will please an unsuspecting variety of shooters. As a traditional wingshooting choice, it runs a little too heavy, but this can be benefit when it encourages better shooting posture. Cylinder bore put little pressure on getting shots on clay or game birds off quickly, but this can develop habits that are of decided long - term value. As small - game getter or pest controller, Henry shines even brighter. With adjustable Semi - buckhorn rear sight, brass bead front and good trigger, smaller. 410 shot count still proves easy to put right where it will do the job. Quick follow - upsever strong suit of Lever gunsare matter of ease. But Hollywood popularization of them has had a downside: Many folks unconsciously m imic incorrect dismount of gun from shoulder in the process of running Lever. Thanks in large part to the revival of Lever Guns by Single Action Shooting Society competition, correct technique is easy to find by example.

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Overall Thoughts

To wrap up, let's not beat around bush. While my reviewed shotgun had couple hang ups, friendly folks at Henry made sure all was made right with fully warrantied repairs, same kind any Henry gun owner would receive. Who would benefit most from the new Henry. 410 Lever Action Rare Carbine? If you are a Henry Rifle collector, then this is obvious must own. If you need a great looking little. 410 bore shotgun that will turn heads, This shotgun is also a winner. If you need a smaller bore shotgun for pest management or close range hunting, you certainly will not go wrong with this Lever gun. Home defense is well covered with this easy to handle weapon as well. On vermin, namely European starlings, like ones I take out on friend's farm, Henry. 410 Lever Action Rare Carbine load with 8 shots was absolutely devastating. Those invasive pests stand little chance. Try as they might, those pest birds just could not escape that fast shooting little Lever Action shotgun. Also, farm's neighbors were not bothered by the quieter report of 410 bore shotshell. Less was certainly more while shooting on that friend's farm. If you haven't gotten a chance to check out all the new Henry. 410 Lever Action Rare Carbine, or any of the other great Henry Firearms, you are missing out. Build with American pride right here in the US, quality and consistency is what Henry Repeating Arms is all about. We look forward to many more exciting firearm models to be released soon in the future by Henry Repeating Arms Company, but for now, 410 Lever Action Rare Carbine shines through as much as any other.

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How Does It Shoot?

As you can see, there is no recoil and relatively low volume, at least when compared to 12 - gauge shotgun. All you do is load up the cylinder with 2 1 / 2 shellsI. Manage to get a 6 in tube. I suppose you can hold up to 7 with one in chamber. Close it up and youre ready to rock and roll. Againlever, is smooth and the trigger pull is nice. Keep in mind there is no traditional safety on this but there is a transfer bar safety mechanism when the hammer is lower. If you decide to de - cockyoull have to slowly let hammer down.


Gun Review: Henry Lever Action .410 Shotgun

And here we are: figuring out why were even considering Henry. 410 Life Action Shotgun for our survival and possibly, why it even exists in the first place. The crux of the issue is twofold:. 410 isnt exactly powerhouse, and Lever Action is traditionally is tad odd for shotgun. Let's address these issues separately, then discuss how this Henry rise to task despite a rather unorthodox approach. The 410 Shotgun has long been curst for its supposed lack of punch. Aficionados and specialists deem. 410 to is the ultimate expression of technique and skill - if you can kill it / hit it with. 410 when everyone else needs 12 gauges to accomplish the same mission, then clearly you must have no shotgunning peer in the immediate area. The plain and simple fact is that all other things like shot size and barrel length are equal - shot in. 410 moves almost as FAST as shot from 12 or 20 gaugeso pellet to pellet,. 410 has the same theoretical power as the bigger gauge of shotgun, just less volume. Case in point: box of 2. 410 shells - Remington Express Long Range manufactured in no. 7 lead shot - boast 1 250 feet per second velocity on its box. For comparison sake, Remington Express Long Range 12 gauge, 2 shells with 7 load shots are advertised at 1 330 FPS. That 80 FPS advertised velocity difference on pellet that is truly minuscule: no. 7 shot pellet is. 095 in diameter and just 1. 46 grains - so were talking not even a foot - pound of energy per pellet difference between 12 gauge and. 410 with this one example of shot size and manufacturer. Your mileage may vary, but 'll bet not by much. Where bigger gauges shine is the sheer density of shot - 2. 410 throws but ounce of shot, or quantity of about 170 pellets at number 7 size - where 2 12 gauge kicks out 2. 5 times as much 7 sized shots at 1 ounce or about 425 pellets. So just by comparing the number of little lead spheres coursing towards your chosen target at high velocity, it is easy to mathematically devise that it just simply gonna be easier to hit moving target with more pellets with a bigger 12 gauge than. 410 - so. 410 will require practice and a touch of skill to get a handle on hitting moving targets with any kind of authority. However, with solid hits in vital area,sss 'll lay wages that your small game target isnt going to be able to tell if you shot it with. 410 or 12 gauge. But what about slugs? You may answer that great question. 1 - ounce Foster - type lead slug from 12 gauge has legendary impact power - Ive personally seen deer flip hooves - over - head upon being recipient of a solid 12 gauge slug hit in brisket, and many authorities recommend 12 gauge with slugs as big bear deterrent in Alaskaso 12 gauge with slugs is nothing to sneeze at.

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Accuracy

Yes, Henry Repeating Arms model H0 - 18 - 410 is indeed a lever - action shotgun. Though the idea is not new - not even by long stretch, Henry's interpretation and execution of concept is a new take on theory. Build on Henrys. 45 - 70 lever - action frame,. 410 is an old friend as soon as it jumps into YOUR hands and you cycle action. Though possibly seem obsolete to uninitiated and unappreciating unwashed masses, Henrys team has a pair of satin - finish, nicely fitted and checker American walnut stock fore and aft with matte blue finish on steel - combination guarantee to make levergun lovers such as myself go little weak in knees. Henry offered two versions of their. 410 shotgun - 24 - inch barrel model with big old brass bead for sighting reference along with screw - in chokes, as well as a 20 - inch barrel system with adjustable Rifle - type buckhorn sights, drill and tap receiver, and fixed cylinder bore choke. My shotgun is former configuration with longer barrel and bead sight - I chose extra versatility of screw - in chokes over more precise sighting possibilities of Rifle sights - its shotgun, not a Rifle, right? More on this later. Rounding out the package is a nice squishy black recoil pad on walnut buttstock, and a welcome addition that many shotgun manufacturers seem to neglect: integrated sling swivels for standard hunting - type sling.S There is no compatibility from factory with tactical - type single - point or two - point slings - and that is fine by me; this shotguns comfort zone does include room clearing. The only accessory I add to this is Henry. 410 was Butler Creek Ultra pad nylon sling with cartridge loops so I could have extra six shotgun shells ready to rumble. I do want to make special mention of the trigger on this Henry; though most mass - produced shotguns have triggers that break like green maple branch, my subject. 410 had a trigger that belongs on moderately - priced precision rifle; 've never had any lever - action rifle - let alone a shotgun - with trigger break as clean and crisp as this particular Henry offers. Outstanding quality from fine people in Bayonne, NJ! Also of note is Henry's proud proclamation: make in America or not make at all!

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By the Numbers

Sell FOR: $1 526. 00 LSB: 190523DL06 Make: MARLIN Model: 410 Serial Number: 821 Year of Manufacture: 1929 - 1932 Gauge:. 410 Bore, 2 & 2 1 / 2 Shells Action Type: Tube Magazine feed Lever Action Shotgun Markings: bottom - right of barrel, under forend, is mark MARLIN FIREARMS Co, NEW - HAVEN, CT. Usa / - PATD OCT. 11. 1887. April 2. 1889. Aug. 1. 1893. - The top tongue is marked MARLIN / 410 and on left, under the wrist, with 821. The bottom tongue is mark 821. Top of wrist, in top tang inlay, is stamped 821. Barrel Length: 26 Choke: improve Cylinder, fix Sights / Optics: There is a silver colored bead at the muzzle. The top of the receiver is finely serrate FOR glare reduction. Weight: 5 lb., 15 oz. Stock Configuration & Condition: stocks are two - piece smooth walnut with finger - groove semi - beavertail forend, straight comb, pistol grip with Marlins S - shape on bottom, MARLIN bullseye on belly, and checker black hard rubber MARLIN buttplate. Stocks have handling wear with scattered light - moderate compressions, scuffs and scratches, most notable on the bottom - right of forend. There are some scattered areas of thinning Finish. There are no chips or cracks. Lop measures 13 1 / 2 from front of trigger to back of buttplate. Plate has scattered light wear, mostly around edges, with well defined checkering and lettering, in about very Good - plus condition. Stocks are in very good overall condition. Type of Finish: blue Finish Originality: Refinish Bore Condition: Bore is mostly bright. There are a few small spots of minor erosion. Overall Condition: this Shotgun retains about 93% of its current metal finish. Barrel and Magazine Tube have a few scattered light marks. The receiver has scatter minor scratches and scuffs. Lever and bolt show light operational wear. Magazine Tube is retained by front cap and has about 1 / 16 play front to rear. This does not appear to interfere with operation. Screw heads range from sharp to tool mark with strong slots. Markings are legible but shallow with soft edges. Overall, this shotgun rates in about Good - plus condition. Mechanics: rifle has a two - piece firing pin. The rear portion has a leaf spring which is intended to push it down, out of alignment with the front portion when the lever block is not in its up, lock position. This leaf spring is worn or break, not reliably pushing the rear portion out of alignment with the front. Otherwise, action functions correctly. Magazine Tube will hold up to 5 shells plus one in the chamber, but currently has wooden dowel instal which limits capacity to two 2 1 / 2 or three 2 shells. We have not fired this shotgun. As with all use FIREARMS, thorough cleaning may be necessary to meet your maintenance standards. Box, Paperwork & Accessories: None.

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