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I got a chance to review the Henry Arms Frontier Rifle with the 24" barrel in .22 magnum. This is what I found. Enjoy!

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I just bought 1 I will take it out to the pasture tomorrow and see how it does.
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I am a large advocate of the .22 Magnum. Love the rifle and it's capabilities. Have owned a Winchester 9422 Magnum since 1976. They are not a great varmint gun. Varmint as in Bobcat or coyote. Everything else yes. Excellent deer rifle. 3Properly placed from a proper distance and they drop just like being shot from any centerfire rifle. JMO.
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Why is it not good for coyotes/bobcats from a proper distance and placement also?
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Why is it not good for coyotes/bobcats from a proper distance and placement also?
Both of those animals can take a broadside lungshot and run long enough to totally disappear. The toughest animals I have hunted here in Oklahoma. I am an excellent tracker as well. (Tooting my own horn here but?) These are incredibly resilient animals. Deer drop in their tracks. Coyotes and bobcats? Not the same.
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Both of those animals can take a broadside lungshot and run long enough to totally disappear. The toughest animals I have hunted here in Oklahoma. I am an excellent tracker as well. (Tooting my own horn here but?) These are incredibly resilient animals. Deer drop in their tracks. Coyotes and bobcats? Not the same.


Will they still die even though they run off? Are you trying to collect the hides? If not what does it matter if they run off to die?
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I killed my first deer with a .22 Mag. I was 5 years old and shot a doe between the eyes at about 50 yards. Dropped her like a rock and she ate, darn good. Still remember Mom frying up the back-strap with biscuits and gravy.

Today, I only own a revolver that takes the ole 22 Mag....

I need to get a rifle and maybe this is my huckleberry!


I've been on a lever-kick lately..... 30-30, 44mag, 45-70...... .22 Mag may be next.....

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Sure is nice to see some wood on a rifle with all the ugly black stuff that is out there nowadays.
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Will they still die even though they run off? Are you trying to collect the hides? If not what does it matter if they run off to die?
Yes, I was varmint hunting for fur. When I shoot something I wish it to die in a very timely fashion.
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I killed my first deer with a .22 Mag. I was 5 years old and shot a doe between the eyes at about 50 yards. Dropped her like a rock and she ate, darn good. Still remember Mom frying up the back-strap with biscuits and gravy.

Today, I only own a revolver that takes the ole 22 Mag....

I need to get a rifle and maybe this is my huckleberry!


I've been on a lever-kick lately..... 30-30, 44mag, 45-70...... .22 Mag may be next.....

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I love my Winchester 9422Magnum. Got it for Christmas in 1976. I highly recommend the Winchester 9422M!
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