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Henry US Survival Rifle .22 LR Black 22
[H002B]

$239.00
 
Product Reviews Ratings Summary
 
59 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars! [4.5 of 5 Stars!]
5 stars:
   
78% (46 of 59)
4 stars:
   
9% (5 of 59)
3 stars:
   
5% (3 of 59)
2 stars:
   
5% (3 of 59)
1 star:
   
3% (2 of 59)
 
 
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by Joshua W Friday 18 January, 2013
Cheap. Very accurate. no issues. Didn't even need to sight it in.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Michael M Monday 03 December, 2012
Cool little gun. Super light, assembles in about 40 seconds. Butt plate is easy to remove if you pull the bottom up and towards you (or if you flip it over pull it down and towards you, which is even easier). Butt stock holds the barrel, receiver, and two 8-rd mags. Receiver has thumb safety, mag release is at front end inside trigger guard, and the bolt has a little pin you can push in/out in order to charge it (it's a little tough to charge with the pin still pushed in). Not too sure what the barrel is made of, not steel though. I'm sure it'll be just fine dealing with 22LR rounds. No problems so far!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Joseph L Saturday 24 November, 2012
A nice little weapon, great to start off kids with. Of course, like all cool kids toys, you will want to play with it too. It has been very reliable for a rimfire. 2 malfunctions out of the first 100rds, and thats with the cheapest ammo I found.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by William H Saturday 10 November, 2012
This is a great rifle for what it is. Yes, the Ruger 10/22 takedown is better quality and more reliable. It is also more expensive and comes apart in two pieces. This rifle breaks down and stores in its own stock making it only one piece. This rifle also floats. It's a good survival rifle. I got mine two days ago and have put 100 round thru it. The only issue I had was the way the rounds set in the magazine. Sometimes they nose down when you are loading and you have to poke at them until the front kicks back up. The rifle fired all 100 rounds of Federal bulk 550 value pack copper hollow points without issue. The spent cases looked like the firing pin was hitting them very well and square. For what it is it seems to be a really good rifle, but not like a 10/22 where you are going to be able to put 100,000 rounds thru it. I would recommend buying it, breaking it in and then storing it where you want it like in a car, boat, bug out bag, etc (make sure to check you local laws) Accuracy was ok. As with most weapons accuracy is more up to the shooter than the rifle. This one does have one problem similar to the old style Ruger Mini 14. It you fire too much too fast you will get the barrel hot and accuracy will suffer. Remember it is a survival tool and not a combat weapon like an AR. Very solid buy in my opinion, and will looking at buying at least one more in the future. Buds was perfect as usual.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Terry L Tuesday 04 September, 2012
I purchased one of these Henry Survival Rifles (AR-7) because I wanted an inexpensive but tough rifle that I could carry in my car and use for plinking or as an emergency firearm. Bud's service was not super fast but it was adequate. I had the rifle in about a week. In general, I am pleased with this Henry Survival rifle. It is a mass produced gun but the quality of materials and workmanship is good. The gun is lightweight and compact which is just what I wanted. Note that this is not a target rifle. The lightweight barrel tends to walk a little when it heats up and is sensitive to barrel pressure from the way it is rested. The trigger was a little stiff because the gun is new. It broke at a measured 6 1/2 lbs which is a bit heavy for best accuracy. Therefore, this is not a gun that will shoot dime size groups at 50 yards. It is more like 1/2 dollar size groups. Nevertheless, accuracy is adequate for my purposes and better than I could achieve with a 22 pistol or revolver. On the good side, during my first shooting session, I put about 150 rounds through the rifle (mostly CCI and Winchester ammo) without any malfunctions of any kind. So, the gun seems very reliable which is the most basic requirement for a survival rifle. Overall, I am satisified that this rifle does the job I want it to do.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by James O Sunday 02 September, 2012
This was first actual gun purchase. Took it out today and I was seriously impressed with it's accuracy. I tried it at 25 yrds, then 50, then 75 and I had great groupings with it. I will be dealing with Buds' much more in the near future. Excellent first time purchasing experience. Thank you!

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