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- Location: Tualatin Valley Oregon
Welcome from the TV Oregon!
X-Hunter wrote:Good morning, I'm new to the forum and a new Henry Rifle owner. I bought a Single shot mod and gave it to myself for Christmas. I have been hunting deer for close to 50 yrs now and can not remember the last time It was necessary to take a follow up shot at a deer. That statement says more about my patience than it does about my shooting skills. I love hunting with my muzzle loader and have learned that one well placed shot will always get the job done. It is my opinion that the Henry Single shot is the best of the single shot rifles available. I am setting it up now to shoot at the range in the spring. I plan to carry it next fall during the NH firearms season.
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- Location: Southwest, Alberta Territory
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1871 Colt SA Richards Conversion Revolver
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