Okay, Sir; this is display I put together to highlight my "Old West" collection. The lever-gun is a Henry Golden Boy in .22LR, the revolver a Puma 1873-SAA (replica) also chambered for .22LR. The sword is also a replica, this of an 1851 U.S. Light Cavalry saber and the bugle is an Indian-made version of a 19th century instrument. The hat is the only really authentic thing in the picture since it is a genuine 4-X Stetson! These are the weapons and accessories that made the strongest impression on me during all those Western Movies I absorbed as a kid in the 1950's. The guns shoot only .22 because I have no need for a "full-sized" lever-action (I don't hunt or belong to the SASS) or the expense of feeding a "big-bore" single-action with 44-40 or 45-Long Colt. It's not that I wouldn't like to have
them, I just can't afford to cater to all my whims (1911's cost money too!) so I economize where I can. The Henry is such a smooth and lovely gun to shoot that I don't think I would abandon it for a real Winchester '73 even if offered to me!