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Old May 21, 2001, 09:30 AM   #1
Sonny Heninger
Join Date: September 24, 2000
Posts: 16
I have a Navy Arms 92 carbine which has a habit of hanging-up with "stove-pipe" problems when I'm participate in Cowboy shooting matches. I think Navy Arms finally fixed it but I want to upgrade and am not sure what to buy.
Someone told me to look at the Henry rifles because the way they feed they can't get a "bullet standing up" where one must stop and push it back down before firing. Is this true? Being a novice shooter, I don't quite understand why the Henry would feed better. Can someone enlighted me without being too technical?
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