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What do you want to do with it? From a Cowboy Action perspective....A 1873 will always be faster but really want one cartridge length to be reliable. A 1892 will be stronger and digest more loadings but will be slower. Then a 1894 will be a bit stronger again but have the same clunkyness of a 1892. The new Henry is not in the same category and is priced accordingly. I would get a .357 Rossi before I would get a Henry.
Not wanting for the cheap ammo, but want the larger bullet. There are a lot of bears where we camp and I would feel better with something more substantial than .223. Plus I am well stocked with 7.62x39.