Been thinking about getting a Henry Big Boy lever action rifle, mainly because it's available in .327 federal magnum. Usage would be strictly target shooting and possibly home protection if I am comfortable with it. Mainly it's something different. Never used anything other than a semi-auto rifle. Any reasons I should reconsider or any suggestions or tips? Never having used a lever action gun before is probably my biggest concern. Tips or feedback from those with experience with these or similar rifles is welcome. Another thing, what calibers to consider? Initially drawn to the BB because offered in .327 magnum and it would match well with a .327 revolver. Also considering some other pistol calibers like .41 mag, 44sp/44mag or 45 Colt. for same reasons. Tradeoffs on these calibers with a lever rifle? Are they significantly inferior to the rifle cartridges the Big Boy is offered in? I can't imagine getting one in a 5.56/.308 since they are so plentiful in the AR platform. Thoughts and recommendations? What should I consider here? Thanks in advance!