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Henry US Survival Rifle .22 LR Black 22
[H002B]
$239.00
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by John C Wednesday 16 November, 2016
Finally got out to the rage with my new AR-7,survival rifle,H002B,shot 3 different brands of ammo (.22LR),CCI,Federal & winchester,40 grain and 36 grain,rifle performed flawlessly,at 30-35yrds right on the money,next time out will try 50yrds.peep sight is good,very happy,but it's a Henry enough said,also another great purchase from Buds,best price and timely delivery,my 10th purchase from Buds have never beed disapointed,Good job Buds.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Mike K Sunday 20 December, 2015
Bought this to throw in my ruck for camping, hiking, etc.. First impressions were good. Lightweight, easy to assemble/disassemble and it beaks down and fits right in the side pocket of my ruck, too perfect. Had a few malfunctions while firing the first few magazines through it but that seemed to clear up pretty quickly after breaking it in a bit. While trying to zero however I noticed that the grouping this gun puts out is crap. About the size of a softball at 15 yards from a bench rest. Thinking that it may have been an ammo issue, I tried several different kinds of ammo through this including some higher quality target loads that I use in my 22/45 and got the same grouping. Despite this I took it with me on a 3 day camping/canoeing trip down the river and had mixed results. I was able to shoot a Water Moccasin swimming toward our boat at about 15 yards with the first shot, so that was good. But later that evening after we made camp I went out squirrel hunting with it and was severely disappointed with it due to it's accuracy. Not being able to bag dinner with your "Survival Rifle" is definitely a downer . It's a cool novelty gun but I wouldn't count on using it for survival or hunting purposes, but if you do, your game with thank you as it scampers off.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
by Scott C Sunday 19 July, 2015
Ok, I'm no weapons expert, but used to own a Charter Arms AR-7 when I served in the U.S. Army long ago, It was a good rifle, this Henry version, however, I personally think it is rife with design flaws and I'm surprised no one has called them out for it. First, the notch where the receiver slides into the stock, it is not symmetrical. That is, there is more stock on one side of the receiver than the other. I like my guns to be balanced, when you sight down the barrel the gun should not look like it's crooked or cocked at an angle. This design flaw is in all the rifles. And I could live with that, but....... On my rifle the hi-vis plastic front site is canted in the 5:30 position, with the top of the site in the middle of the clock and the bottom of the site at 5:30. And the site slides in and out of the notch too easily, I'm not sure if this site is designed to adjust for windage or not. I don't like it, too much slop. The rear site can be adjusted for elevation. All in all, MY rifle is useless outta the box unless you mount a scope.

Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
by David R Wednesday 15 July, 2015
Excellent little rifle and Bud's purchase and shipping process are TOP NOTCH!!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by William H Sunday 12 July, 2015
I recently bought another AR-7 to replace one that was lost during a divorce. I always liked it for it's reliability, ease of operation and size, but after re-attaching the scope I had, an old 4x, I realized; this rifle is made for a left-handed shooter! Just look at the gun: the slot in the handgrip that the receiver sets in has to be to one side or other of the centerline, because the tip of the barrel stores there when collapsed, Why it's pushed to the right of center, instead of the left of center, I don't know; all it serves to do is to put the center of sighting farther away from the shooters right eye. As is, I have to rotate the rifle CCW 40 or so degrees to get the cross hairs in front of my eye. I know that Eugene Stoner designed this masterpiece of simplicity; I just wondered if he were a Southpaw or not...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Frederick G Saturday 11 July, 2015
A great rifle. Simple, straightforward, accurate and reliable. Just today at the range I discovered a problem people should be aware of. This is a takedown rifle. The stock and receiver/barrel are held together by a single long screw. This long screw has a plastic knob on the stock end that you turn to screw the parts together. The knob is held onto the screw by a metal pin which threads through both pieces.. You guessed it: The pin came out spontaneously, rendering it impossible to hold the two main pieces together. I had to first find the tiny pin, then at home, put the pin back through the knob and screw without utterly going mad. I did it, but my family may have learned a few new cuss words.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
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