Henry Garden Gun ~ Q&A

This smooth bore .22 has been everything I thought it would be. I got a lot of questions after the first video so here is a second look and hopefully some answers!
Here is the link to the first video if you’d like to see how this gun patterns vs a rifled bore- Patterning .22LR Shotshells ~ Henry H001 and Garden Gun

 


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lonewanderer360
lonewanderer360

So…. A shell full of those plastic bubbles might be more dangerous? 🙂

On another topic, did you see Henry’s new 410 mares leg? That looks like fun.

NickJ
NickJ

Henry is a great gun. I have two Marlins, but my next lever I would like to get 45/70. Hopefully soon :-))

Jerry 1911
Jerry 1911

I think that you’re one of a very few people who have done a video on the Henry garden gun. So the field is all yours on the subject. Not a firearm that I have a need for, but interesting anyway. Great job, responding to your viewer’s questions, and providing typical “Buffalo” answers. Keep doing what you do, and Merry Christmas to you and your family.