I've been wanting a .45 Colt lever action for a long time and it's next on my list, but I'm having trouble choosing between Henry and Rossi. One the one hand, the Rossi is less in price, but also lesser in accuracy, but it seems to have an action as strong as a Ruger Redhawk, so strength is not a question, but IDK how it does cycling the heavy bullets (anything 300 grain and up). Then the Henry is going to cost more, but be more accurate, however the strength of it is in question. Checking Buffalo Bore's website, it seems it can handle some of Buffalo Bore's +p ammo, but it has issues with 300 and 325 grain bullets cycling. The heaviest bullet I'm looking at using is the 300 grain XTP, maybe a 315 WFN-GC. Also, I'm thinking the lightest bullet I'd shoot is 200 grain, so I'm also not sure if shorter 200 grain bullets will have issues cycling.