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Passing Down the Legacy of Firearms

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Passing Down the Legacy of Firearms

~Written by Sean Curtis, Firearms Author at Gun World Magazine & Others

There can be little doubt we live in a trying age, where the actions of a few mentally deranged individuals threaten an entire way of life for some of the more law-abiding citizens in the populous. Firearms are an incredible responsibility, one that must be taken seriously. Although we may practice the four safety rules religiously, there is a greater responsibility that is not always discussed, the legacy of firearms.

What do you think?

9 Comments
  • BONNIE.BRWN
    March 10, 2019

    im 76, need the right one for protection, can you help me ? i like the Henry

    • fellcircumstance
      April 27, 2019

      Bonnie,

      Thanks for stopping by. Your question is of critical importance and I could not begin to answer it without knowing more about your specific protective needs. There are many Henry models that would serve admirably as they are reliable. I’d recommend checking at your local Henry dealer to make a selection.

      Sean

  • biggnome50
    March 10, 2019

    My grandson is coming in age it’s time for his first Henry I have 6.
    What do you recommend single shot never actually

    • fellcircumstance
      April 27, 2019

      Big Gnome,

      I just found out this was posted, sorry for the delayed response! Yes, I recommend starting out with the single shot so you can keep track of every movement and only have to be concerned with one shot at a time. Once your child or grandchild has mastered this weapon and can demonstrate safe handling, it won’t be long before they will want a repeater.

      Another important aspect for this age is proper fit. The Mini-Bolt is a great sized weapon for smaller shooters. You can then move on to various youth models.

      Happy shooting and thanks for your comments!

      Sean Curtis

  • wanderson
    March 10, 2019

    Good article.

  • BDWAY7
    March 10, 2019

    Very well written, and I agree wholeheartedly. My children where raised around guns, now I’m trying to guide, with them, in teaching my grandkids.

    • fellcircumstance
      April 27, 2019

      Outstanding,

      Thank you for helping to keep this legacy alive!

      Sean

  • ggbrigolin
    March 11, 2019

    Great videos, great information, beautiful working rifles…Thank you.