Henry Repeating Arms makes some really fine lever action rifles.
These five new Henry Repeating Arms rifles, all made in the U.S.A., are already begging to come home with you.
Benjamin Tyler Henry invented the Henry Rifle way back in 1860. He likely didn’t know at the time that he had pioneered a rifle that would survive and remain popular all the way to today.
Henry Repeating Arms has kept the spirit of the past alive with five more additions to their lever action rifle product line. These American-made rifles sure are easy on the eyes, and boy, can they ever shoot.
The Original Henry in .45 Colt holds 13 rounds and weighs in at a manly nine pounds. This rifle is all business, like they were a century and a half ago. With a hardened brass receiver and a total length of 43″, this rifle will put you back in a past century, in a good way.
The Original Henry Rare Carbine sports a handy 39.5″ length. It is chambered in the original .44-40 caliber and holds 10 rounds. This fast little shooter can keep a cowboy fed quite well.
Fans of the .22 cartridge will just love the Frontier 24″ .22 Rifle. It will function and fire .22 shorts, .22 longs and .22 long rifle ammunition interchangeably. The tube magazine will hold 16 rounds of .22 long rifle cartridges and 21 .22 short cartridges. That would come in quite handy on the range or out afield.
If you want more bite out of a .22 rifle, the Frontier 24″ in .22 magnum is the rifle for you. With 12 rounds of .22 magnum ammunition, this quick-firing lever action rifle is deadly on both targets and vermin.
A Fraternal Order of Eagles Tribute Edition is quite a feast for the eyes. It will also shoot 16 rounds of .22 long rifle ammunition or 21 rounds of .22 short ammunition.
You just cannot go wrong with a Henry Arms Rifle. Check out their website to see the full product line of Henry Rifles and accessories.