Henry Classic Lever Action 22LR, 18.25" Rifle
- 5.00 LBS
Henry Repeating Arms Lever Action 22LR, 18.25" Rifle w/ Walnut Stock, Adjustable Sights & 15Rd
The Henry® Classic Lever-Action Rimfire Rifle is a fast handling .22 rifle that is perfect for hunting small game, plinking, or firearms training. The receiver has a solid top with side ejection and a 3/8" groove for mounting scope. There is no loading port on the side of the receiver as ammunition is loaded directly into the tubular magazine from the top. Henry utilizes an internal transfer bar safety that prevents hammer contact with the firing pin unless the trigger is pulled. The rifle cannot fire from being dropped onto the hammer, nor will it accidently fire if the shooter's thumb slips from the hammer while cocking. (There is no manual cross-bolt safety or traditional half-cock notch for a safety.) The trigger pull is crisp and clean, allowing for fine accuracy. A fully adjustable buckhorn-style rear sight and a brass bead front sight allow precise shot placement on small targets. The Henry Classic Lever-Action Rimfire Rifle is an attractive firearm, with an American walnut stock and fore-end. The barrel and receiver are matte blue. The lines of the Henry rifle are traditionally American, as well as its design and function. Made in the USA.
- Side ejection
- Grooved for scope mounts
- Internal transfer bar safety
- No manual cross-bolt safety
- Matte blue barrel and receiver
- American walnut stock
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