I have reviewed the Henry Long Ranger chambered in 308, and the Henry Big Boy chambered in 44 magnum. The Henry 357 is very similar to the 44 magnum. Like the 44, very low recoil, great shooter at fifty to one hundred yards, excellent finish, and made in America. The real advantage of the 357 over the 44 magnum is the cost of ammo. You can purchase 1,000 rounds of 357 magnum for around thirty cents per round, while the 44 magnum is around sixty cents per round. If you are buying a hunting rifle, my preference would be a bolt action rifle with a scope chambered in 308. I posted three videos. Two are reviews and the third is about Henry rifles and some of their customers.