Well, yesterday I said that nothing followed me home, but then I got a phone call from the shop saying that the Nearly Endless Bureaucratic Papertrail System had finally cleared, so I ran back down there and picked it up. So it didn’t really follow me home, but it got here nonetheless (please excuse any poor quality pictures, between a cell phone and a point and shoot camera that’s 6 years old, don’t expect any miracles):
This is the gun that I would have gotten very first, when I was first starting out three or so years ago, if there had been a single one in stock anywhere in town. There wasn’t, so I went with the 10/22, a decision I have never regretted, but I still had the nagging feeling that I needed something with a tube magazine and wood furniture… and what pretty wood it is.
And a little different angle:
And just because I had it sitting around at the same time, a pic with the ORC308 (for which I am still awaiting the front iron sight from Bushmaster, grrrrrr…)
The same length, but the little Henry weighs half as much!
Like I said yesterday, the cost after tax was nearly identical to what my state income tax return was, so , while this is rather early, it is my contribution to Buy A Gun Day is for 2012.
I can’t wait to get out and shoot it, but it may have to wait till next weekend the way things are shaping up here…
10 responses to “Henry Repeating Arms .22 Lever Action”
You are starting to catch up to me. Next thing you know, you will need a second safe just for the lever actions.
Well done! I can’t wait to hear how it performs for you.
I will be curious to see how it performs with the CB caps, as well. They don’t cycle the 10/22, but that’s not a problem here. Ooo, and I could even get the 22 Short CB caps and put a whole ton of them in the tube…
Very pretty. I’ve always wanted to get a .22 lever action again.
Nothing stopping you–and I bet the kids would love it…
True, nothing but money and needs for other guns. It’ll come.
Been wanting one of those for a while now… Good grab :).
Thanks. Can’t wait to give it a workout!
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