Henry Repeating Arms 22 LR Small Game Carbine H001TLP
The lever-action itself is a time-honored design that’s every bit as valid today as it was in 1860 when B. Tyler Henry developed his legendary repeater. We haven’t changed our highly successful basic core rimfire concept, but if you’re a dedicated small-gamer, these two new Henry lever actions with thoroughly modern Skinner sights mated to Henry’s well-known rimfire accuracy take our popular Frontier Model right square into new territory.
Small game can be hard to see, and when there’s a little more on the line than tin cans and Saturday afternoon plinking, precise sights are a must. Since the critters typically hunted rarely stand as still as tin cans do, quick follow-up shots are also frequently needed, and the smooth action we’re famous for is a perfect match for the capabilities of the Skinner sight.
In either barrel length, the Small Game Carbine and Rifle are fitted with Skinner’s solid steel rear base and fully adjustable aperture (with .096” insert or .200” ghost ring option) specifically dimensioned to line up perfectly with the tall brass bead front sight for easy zeroing, greater visibility, and more precision when it’s needed.
We retained the American walnut stock, classic octagon barrel and versatile utility in all three standard .22 rimfires, the Long Rifle, Long, and Short to cover everything from trapline to tree-top and beyond; and added a cold-weather, glove-friendly, over-sized large loop lever to this trim four-season hunter. Easy through the brush, quick on target, and fast on follow-up. A serious hunting lever gun for serious lever gun hunters.
Lever Action Large Loop
12 LR/16 S
Octagon Blued Steel
Rate of Twist
Skinner Peep Sight
3/8" Grooved Receiver
Scope Mount Type
Ringmounts for 3/8" Groove
Length of Pull
Large Loop Lever
I received my Henry 22 Caliber Small Game Rifle two weeks ago. It has been a pleasure to shoot. Not only is it a good looking rifle, but the action is smooth as silk. The large loop is easy to cycle and easy on the hands. Great for wearing gloves in cold weather. I have the octagon barrel and I like the steadiness that the extra weight brings. My only negative is that the Skinner peep sight is difficult to use in low light situations such as late afternoon or in cloudy weather. For squirrels in late afternoon, finding the target through the peep sight is difficult. I plan to go to a scope.
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