The utilitarian Henry All-Weather is meant for everyday life in the truck, on the farm, and through the woods. In profile and general dimensions, these two Henry offerings are essentially the same as their blued steel counterparts, with 20” round barrel and 5-shot magazine capacity in the .30-30 and 18.43” round barrel with 4-shot magazine in the .45-70, and both with the same adjustable buckhorn/bead sights. Like the blued rifles, the All-Weathers also wear the same wrist profiles—straight in the .30-30, and pistol grip in the .45-70. The major differences lie in the hard chrome plating on the metal surfaces and the durable, industrial-grade coating on hardwood furniture. Hard chrome is a very strong plating permanently bonded to the steel underneath that doesn’t flake, chip, or peel. And its corrosion resistance is actually stronger than some stainless steels. The carefully-selected hardwood coating is formulated to stand up to wear, tear, scratches, moisture, temperature variations, and the angst of the various “character marks” an everyday outdoor tool inevitably picks up during its lifetime.