Honor those who gave all in service to the United States today and everyday
here is a place to discuss anything related to Henry
Keep in mind that this is also a brass receiver and brass has a much higher tensile strength than steel. Being a "tensile" metal it has a higher ability to bend and does not break easily. I used to own a manufacturing company and I spent a lot of time tempering, annealing and working with brass, steel, aluminum, gold and silver. We made our own tools for our machinery. Heck I made replacement parts for my Montesa when I rode Trials. I'd have no qualms using that gun.
Actions speak louder than words (Matthew 7:16-20).
I'd say this topic has run its course unless or until something happens.
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