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Discussion in 'General Rifle Discussion' started by Nmwabbit, Aug 1, 2020.
FYI - see their website like i did
A helpful post would've included the link
You're a Class act!
glad you were able to fill the void with all the modesty you could muster...
One Recall in 25 years! Other manufacturers should follow this!
Henry is a find company with fantastic product quality and obviously good customer service.
In closing any company no matter what the product can have a snafue! It is how they handle it! And seems due to their testing the issue was found! And no one was hurt!
I would have to agree with that. I can’t think of Any manufacturing business that hasn’t had in issue in 25 years. Most try to see how far they can delay doing Something about it.
So these single shots dont have a transfer bar safety?
I noticed the same thing with the heritage rough rider revolver, the halfcock is not a true captive half cock, its a half cock that will drop the hammer if pulled.
Sounds like the Henry would go off if the hammer is bumped as well?
Some the classic hammer 22's had a hard halfcock that at half cock you couldnt pull the trigger on the Ithica 49 and the Winchester 9422.
So Henry going with a hard/captive half cock?