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I have been looking at this for about a week now. Yes, I think I want one. There is just something about a wood stock and blue steel.

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…Admittedly, most PCCs are predictable. Base it on the AR design and and make it take GLOCK magazines. At SHOT Show range day, however, we were greeted by a new entry in the class from none other than the lever gun maestros at Henry.
That’s right…Henry has released a semi-automatic 9mm carbine that has all the charm of a Henry rifle…

 

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They did, and Kel-Tec did it before them w/ the SUB-2000 Multi-Mag model that takes 2 types of Smith, 2 types of SIG, CZ-75 & Canik mags.
Beat me to it with the Kel-tec sub-2000!!
 

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The way I see it, the ability to adapt to different company's mags is just plain smart for PCC manufacturers. I bought my Kel-Tec Sub2k specifically because I could use my Sig 226 mags in it.
 

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I don’t like it. It kinda looks like my old Daisy Powerline pellet gun. It definitely doesn’t look like a Henry. That’s just my opinion.
I can see the Daisy Powerline in it. I also see the Henry Long Ranger in the receiver. I like it.

Do I like it more than my Ruger PC Carbine? Looks alone, yes. But my Ruger PC Carbine pairs with my Ruger American pistols. The Henry does not. Still, it has my interest.

The big question is do I like it more than a Ruger LC Carbine and 57 pistol? That combo is still in the back of my mind. I don’t really need another cartridge, heck, I have been trying to eliminate cartridges and I am very happy with the PC carbine and American pistols. I will not be rushing out and buying the Henry as soon as it hits the dealers shelve, but it probably put the skids on any thoughts of the LC Carbine and 57 pistol. The Henry Homesteader will be high on my maybe list for 2023.
 
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I can see the Daisy Powerline in it.
Yep, LOL. I was thinking early Crosman Powermaster 760 myself. I might be able to tell Sweetie "oh, that's just a BB gun" as I bring it home.
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I can see the Daisy Powerline in it. I also see the Henry Long Ranger in the receiver. I like it.

Do I like it more than my Ruger PC Carbine? Looks alone, yes. But my Ruger PC Carbine pairs with my Ruger American pistols. The Henry does not. Still, it has my interest.

The big question is do I like it more than a Ruger LC Carbine and 57 pistol? That combo is still in the back of my mind. I don’t really need another cartridge, heck, I have been trying to eliminate cartridges and I am very happy with the PC carbine and American pistols. I will not be rushing out and buying the Henry as soon as it hits the dealers shelve, but it probably put the skids on any thoughts of the LC Carbine and 57 pistol. The Henry Homesteader will be high on my maybe list for 2023.
The return of the Marlin Camp Carbine!

Greg, if you like your Ruger Americans, buy as many as you intend to get soon, Ruger told me at the Dallas Safari Club show they have discontinued production and it will be discontinued when they run out of parts in the next couple of years. I was floored, but I guess it didn't sell as well as they had expected.
 

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I didn't see it on Henry's website yet. Anyone heard a release date?
 

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The return of the Marlin Camp Carbine!

Greg, if you like your Ruger Americans, buy as many as you intend to get soon, Ruger told me at the Dallas Safari Club show they have discontinued production and it will be discontinued when they run out of parts in the next couple of years. I was floored, but I guess it didn't sell as well as they had expected.
I have what I want, along with magazines. I have heard they were going to be discontinued. Just can not compete with even their own Security 9. Shame, it is a much better built pistol than the Security 9. I will admit, that the Security 9 is a easier pistol to handle and carry. I have both the standard and compact. The LCPII is just a miniature Security 9, and I have recently added to the stable the Securty 380 and the LCP Max, so it’s clear that I like the Security 9 platform. I just prefer the stainless steel in the American rather than the aluminum in the Security 9.
 
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