I have a Henry Big Boy, purchased from another member about a year and a half ago, that I would like to sell. I've only put 46 rounds through it myself, and the previous owner said that he fired it very little as well, and shot a box of .38 shared between a revolver and this lever, so less than 100 rounds through it. The only noticeable blemish I was able to find was a very small dimple on the left side of the foregrip. It still has the felt sleeve on the reciever and no scratches on any of the metal. The heavy octagon barrel and buckhorn/bead site setup is one of my favorites and is extremely accurate in both calibers. It will cycle both equally well, and I did run one tube with alternating rounds, zero issues. As Henry boxes tend to do, it has disappeared, but I do have a spare plano hard case I'll include to keep it in its beautiful condition (it has spent a strong majority of its life with me in a safe or sitting in its case while I shoot other guns after I show it off, ha!). Loads of fun, just way too pretty for me (I looked at it more than I shouldered it tbh), and I'd like to put some money into a different toy. In addition to the hard case, I have 354 rounds of ammo to go with it (not interested in seperate sale, ty): 84 rounds Remington .357 125gr JSP 50 rounds Herters Select .357 158gr FMJ 85 rounds Remington .38+p 125gr SJHP 50 rounds Remington .38 158gr LRN 85 rounds Winchester .38 130gr FMJ I'm asking $650 firm, and will update with pictures ASAP. Located in the Eugene Greater Metropolitan Area, PM me with any questions. Thanks for your time! Cleared out inbox, apologies for being unavailable.