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Henry® Lever Action Rifle

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.22 Long Rifle

Blued

Walnut

Barrel Length:
18.25"

Round Capacity:
15 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
5.25 lbs.
Get a highly accurate, classic western style lever action with the Henry Lever Action .22 LR Rifle. The rifle's action is so smooth you won't believe it has any internal parts, and the 15 +1 tubular magazine is extremely easy to load. To go along with its gorgeous American walnut stock, the Lever Action .22 LR Rifle's blued 18.25'' steel barrel is machined with state of the art multiple groove rifling. Complete with side ejection, adjustable rear sight, hooded front sight, hammer safety and a grooved receiver for mounting a scope. Made in USA.
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Henry return Just got .22lr back from Henry after it jamming right out of the box. Henry was extremely helpful and had the gun turned around and back in my hands in less than a week. Bass Pro on the other hand was not as helpful. They said that once they send the gun off it is out of their hands, They were not willing to follow up with Henry, they could not even tell me when it arrived. I was given the number to Henry and had to deal direct with Henry. You would think that since Bass Pro sold you the gun they would be more than willing to make sure you got your new gun back ASAP. Once I got the rifle back and took it to the range it loaded and shoot fine. Thanks Henry. December 12, 2013
Great first rifle My wife purchase one of these for her very first gun in 2011. She bought a Nikon scope for it at the same time and brought the gun home. I bore sighted the scope and sighted the scope in for her. She shot it a few times and we got it zeroed for her. I shot it and love the way it handles and how smooth it functions. This rifle sold us on Henry rifles. I just purchased 6 of this model for my grandsons. I wanted something that would last them a lifetime from PopC. I have also gotten a Golden Boy 17 HMR and a 44 Mag Big Boy since then. I am also wanting the 357 Mag, 45-70, and 30-30 Henry.Hopefully I will be reviewing these in the near future. November 27, 2012
fun gun This is a nice and affordable rifle. Since it is American made I personally like it even more. It is nice to look at and simple to shoot. Small kids can handle this caliber easily. The sights on mine were spot on right out of the box. About the only thing keeping this from a 5 star rating is the weight. This gun weighs a lot more than my Marlin with an all synthetic stock. September 24, 2010
Accurate and reliable I have owned my Henry H001 for two months now. It is very accurate and reliable. I purchased a 4x32 scope for it and iit knocks the center of a bullseye out at 25 yards. I did have some misleads for a few days. It turned out to be a cleaning issue, The carriage lever was sticking and making the tip of the cartridge spring high above the chamber entrance. When this happened, trying to close the breech resulted in a jam. Once I cleaned the loading tube and the carriage mechanism along with lubrication of the cleaned parts, I haven't had a misload in over 500 rounds since. The action is extremely smooth. November 24, 2014
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1 being a bb gun and 10 being a 12 gauge
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It's a .22 you should wear ear protection. I give it a 5
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Depends on the ammo. Regular .22lr is about a 7. CCI makes a low power round that is about a 5.
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Per the manufacture 3-4 sounds about right to them for a 22lr rifle

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I don't consider a 12 gauge very loud to be honest. A 270 Win is crazy loud. I assume that is a 30-30 Win. That would be equivalent to a 12 gauge probably. The concussion won't be much.
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How many rounds would it take to drop a deer?
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If it's a .17 or .22 caliber NO! If it's the 30-30 or bigger yes and if your any kind of a marksman one shot will do the trick.
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You couldn't put enough .22lr rounds in a deer to drop it. A head shot would just bounce off. An eye shot head on might get a lucky kill. You need a 3030 or larger for deer.
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One if you shoot it in the eye. Don't use a 22 to deer hunt with. Minimum cartridge in my opinion is a 243 Win. You can get a very similar gun like this in 30-30. Use that.
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You don't need to deer hunt with a .22 caliber rifle.
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NO, hunting deer with rimfire ammo is illegal in almost all states. If it is not, it is at least unethical to hunt deer with .22LR. If you want to hunt deer with this style of rifle, go with a 30-30.
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It is a 50 yard deer caliber. The .44 magnum is more powerful and is probably a 75 yd deer caliber. 45LC ammo sold in stores has to be safe in an old pistols and is underpowered. For hunting it needs to be reloaded. Store bought ammo for44 magnum is powerful enough on deer because there are no old weak guns in 44 magnum.

google "45 colt for deer/", lots of people had that question.
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Any 22 cal. in my opinon is too light for deer or any other big game other than pigs. If you are going to use a 22 for deer I would suggest that you use a heavy bullet - 65 grains or more. Check your state regs to make certain a 22 cal is legale for the game your hunting, also check regs concerning clip and mag capacity. One GOOD shot is all you need, stay away from heavy bone areas, concentrate on lungs and heart.
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Does it shoot 22 shorts?

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No, this rifle shoots only .22lr.
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It shoots .22 Long Rifle, .22 Shorts, and .22 Longs.
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Yes, I have used shorts and long rifle.
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Yes shorts,Long & Long Rifle.
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Yes it shoots shorts very well. Also shoots the old fashioned (hard to find) longs. And of course Long Rifle too.

The receiver is special aluminum that will flake off if some gun cleaning chemicals are used, and will not reblue without some special bluing.

Its a good metal receiver, not liable to scratching nor flaking as long as strong guns solvents do not contact it.

Best reviews of gun cleaners at "Reviews of gun care/maintenance solutions perfect union".
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