I just recently published a gun review on a Henry .45-70 lever action with a brass receiver and octagonal barrel. It was a blast to shoot, and I gave it a great review. Give it a read if you've got a few minutes. In other news, Henry just developed what they're calling Henry TV—which is their take on a YouTube channel devoted to guns.
I figured I'd just take a second of your time to tell you a bit about it, because I've never met a gun owner who didn't like Henry, or at least respect all they've accomplished for and in the gun industry.
Here is what I know so far:
- The channel is hosted by everyone’s favorite 22Plinkster, who is a a great trick shot and is actually fun to watch.
- Its primary focus includes rifle reviews, shooting tips, tech tips, accessory videos, interviews, guest appearances, event coverage, etc.
- This will serve as another way of communicating with the folks at Henry, as they are open to viewer’s suggestions and want to interact with their audience. They plan to take the same approach on YouTube as they do with all of their other social media accounts.
- Content will be uploaded on a weekly basis. So, there will almost always be something new to look at.
Personally, I subscribed to their new channel and look forward to seeing what they come out with each week. I'll leave it up to you, to see if you like the content enough to subscribe. Here is one of their latest videos detailing how to adjust the buckhorn sights that come on most of their rifles, which is something that I failed to show in my review video: