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Henry 45 70 Government Lever Action Rifle Review

The name “45 70” came about in the 1800’s, meaning the 45 caliber bullet was mounted over 70 grains of powder. This classic round has been used for survival for well over a century. Sootch explains why this round and rifle has been used as a “brush gun” or “guide gun” from Alaska to Africa.

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