The allure of the lever-action is rooted in the American West. As the first high-volume repeating rifle, it became legendary and ultimately iconic. In contrast, the .327 Federal Magnum has fallen off the proverbial wagon since its introduction in 2007. Henry Repeating Arms took a chance and married the two in its Big Boy Steel Carbine. Why would Henry build a rifle chambered for a cartridge that has presumably gone nowhere? Customer demand. Carrying a revolver and a lever gun that share the same ammunition has long been a cowboy tradition, and who doesn’t want to be a cowboy? Learn more about it in the video embedded above, hosted by Managing Editor Jon Draper. MSRP: $893; henryusa.com.
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