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With his introduction of the first lever-action repeating rifle, Benjamin Tyler Henry revolutionized the firearm industry.
For more than 160 years, Henry Repeating Arms has continued to grow, producing classic Henry rifles with a steadfast commitment to quality craftsmanship.
Henry Repeating Arms remains one of America’s top long gun manufacturers, offering dozens of rifles that are tried and true to the core.
Most are made with American walnut furniture, but some models are offered in synthetic. Steel and brass components add to the beauty of Henry rifles, while the various finishes complete the classically-styled works of art, all of which are crafted right in the USA.
Henry also makes numerous tribute, patriot, and youth models.
While any Henry rifle is sure to be a pleasing purchase, a few stand out as being slightly more popular than the rest. These include the company’s signature Golden Boy, the Big Boy Classic, the All-Weather, and of course, no list of great Henry rifles is complete without a mention of the Henry Survival Rifle.
An award-winning rifle that seamlessly marries fine craftsmanship and classic style, the lever-action Henry Golden Boy is bold and well-balanced. This rifle’s signature look includes a bright brass receiver and barrel band. Well-suited for small game hunting and plinking, the Golden Boy is chambered in 22 LR, 22 Mag, and 17 HMR.
Just as the name suggests, the Henry Big Boy is a classically-styled lever-action rifle that offers a large caliber punch. Unbeatable in look and feel as well as reliability and accuracy, the Big Boy Classic is a popular choice for big-game hunters.
A real American workhorse, the Henry All-Weather is a utilitarian lever-action rifle made to be “rode hard and put away wet.” Alongside quality craftsmanship, part of this rifle’s strength stems from the hard chrome plating, which resists corrosion and won’t flake, chip, or peel. The industrial-grade coating on the stained hardwood furniture is made to stand up to wear, tear, scratches, moisture, and variations in temperature.
Born in 1959 of a need to provide U.S. Air Force pilots with a small-caliber rifle they could count on in the event they needed to punch out over a remote area, this Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 is favored among bush pilots, backpackers, outdoor adventurers, and preppers. It is lightweight, reliable, and has the ability to take down small game.
Highly portable, the innovative design of the Henry Survival rifle allows for easy tool-free disassembly, with the disassembled parts nicely fitting inside the impact- and weather-resistant stock.
Henry USA is a company that not only prides itself on the production of high-quality firearms, but making these guns affordable for every gun enthusiast no matter what size their pocketbook may be.
Used Golden Boy models start at around $400, with new models selling for only slightly more, starting at under $500. Depending on features and other factors, the Golden Boy could have a new price tag of $1,000, or more.
The Big Boy Classic starts at under $800 and can also go up to $1,000, or more, while the All-Weather rifle typically sells for about $800 to $900. The Henry Survival Rifle can be found for around $300 or less.
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