Features an extremely attractive American walnut stock. The action is exceptionally smooth, so smooth you might not believe that there are any internal parts. The Henry Lever Action .22 also features side ejection, and adjustable rear sight, hooded front sight and a grooved receiver for easy scope mounting. Our blued steel barrel features state of the art multiple groove rifling, making the Henry Lever Action .22 very accurate. The barrel length is 18 1/4", the overall length is 36 1/2" and it weighs a comfortable 5 1/4 pounds. It handles .22 LR, .22 Long and .22 Short. The tubular magazine holds 15-rounds of .22LR, 17-rounds of .22 Long and 21-rounds of.22 Short. Each rifle is test-fired prior to being shipped. Model# H001L: Features a large loop lever and a compact overall length of 34". The large loop is ideal for those with large hands, when wearing gloves or for those who prefer real western style and action.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Vendor Number|
|22 LR / H001||619835001009||H001||BRS-1524-0008|
|22 LR / H001L||619835004000||H001L||BRS-1524-0016|
|22 LR / H001Y||619835003003||H001Y||BRS-1524-0015|
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I have wanted to own a Henry rifle for years and finally took the plunge, and so glad I did. This little rifle is a pleasure to shoot right out of the box. Weight; About right for a rimfire action, well balanced and point of aim is right on target. Action; This rifle has one of the smoothest actions I have ever worked. I have always been taught to work a lever action quickly so the ammo goes where it is suppose to, this little jewel puts the ammo exactly where it needs to go, fast or slow. Trigger; I did not put a scale on it, but it breaks clean at about 5 pounds. Sights; Rear sight leaves something to be desired, especially in low light hours, but there are functional. Accuracy; Dead on out of the box. I did not have to adjust the sights at all, I was clipping quarter size targets at 50 yards with no problem using bulk Federal ammo. Ease of Use; Simple to load, fire and work. I enjoyed teaching my 7 year old nephew to shoot a 22 rifle for the first time. Not sure who enjoyed it the most!