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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Henry 22 rifle

    Should'a come to the group shoot and tried one out.



    I have the H001L (large loop) carbine. (16 1/4" barrel)
    I bought it used (looked brand new) and as others have mentioned, the action is super smooth.
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    Default Re: Henry 22 rifle

    Another +1 for the H001. I bought one to teach my daughter to shoot when she was 10 years old. We found it to be amazingly accurate and have used it to teach many youngsters shooting safety and skills for more than a decade. For an adult it might be a bit undersized, but I'm a history buff and no rifle collection is complete without a Henry Repeater lever action. At one point I had considered selling it for a larger caliber Henry, but since I have a Winchester model 94 in 30-30 and a Marlin 1894 in .44 magnum I decided to keep the Henry for posterity.
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    Default Re: Henry 22 rifle

    I have a goldenboy and it’s accurate and reliable. Good looking to boot.
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    I have the Frontier Model (H001T) I easily added a large loop lever from Henry to it. I can load 22 .22 caliber shorts into it at the truck and squirrel hunt all day! The wood on the rifle is much better than anything else you can buy in the same price range. It is one of my favorite .22 rifles. It shoots as accurately as my eyes and skill will allow me to. A friend has the "standard" model and a youth model and they function just as buttery smooth as mine. I would highly recommend one. As an aside, the president of the company, Mark Imperato, is a no nonsense guy. He was working the Henry display at the last NRA show I attended. They recently helped a buddy of mine out with an issue in a very fast and much better than expected manner. He had a third party engrave his receiver cover on a Golden Boy. When the third party attempted to "buff" the work, it destroyed the brass PLATING on the cover. He explained this to Henry on the phone and they simply mailed him a new one. Buy with confidence.

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    Default Re: Henry 22 rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    Should'a come to the group shoot and tried one out.



    I have the H001L (large loop) carbine. (16 1/4" barrel)
    I bought it used (looked brand new) and as others have mentioned, the action is super smooth.
    I really wanted to go.. screwed up the time/date as I was recouping from being overseas. Great photo
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    Default Re: Henry 22 rifle

    I forgot about mine - bought it at a black friday walmart sale. Shot accurately and consistent but needed to adjust sights to hit bullseye - i put it away and never did get it adjusted. I guess i need to pull it out and get shooting it after a slight adjustment.

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