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This is a discussion on Not a Ruger, but still within the Ruger Lever-Action forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; Bought a Henry Lever in .22LR. Paid 259.95 plus 6% sales tax. Probably will not get out to shoot it until mid week. Been wanting ...


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Old September 21st, 2014, 11:58 AM   #1
 
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Bought a Henry Lever in .22LR. Paid 259.95 plus 6% sales tax.
Probably will not get out to shoot it until mid week.
Been wanting one of these for awhile. Could not resist the price.
Hopefully I will not burn thru .22LR ammo as fast as the 10/22



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Old September 21st, 2014, 12:16 PM   #2
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I hear that. Nothing wrong with a Henry as Americana as a Ruger. Looks like you got it at real good price to.
Have fun and don't feel guilty.
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Henry's are great LRs. You may just wind up using it more than the 10/22.
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Congrats! I got mine for $299 so that's a good price.
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Ha! Just wait until you take them both to the range together.
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Congratulations! Aren't the actions slick? I just got a H001T and that actions is soooooo smooth. Have fun!

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Good choice.......I have a Golden Boy and a standard blued one. Both are lots of fun!
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I've never tried the .22's but I've heard they are absolutely amazing, excellent use of money in my opinion and thanks for buying American!

I have two Henry Big Boy .45 Colt rifles, they are spectacular... The actions are as smooth as they come.
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To me I think the Henry's are a great value I want to get another one. Having a rifle that shoots shorts longs & long rifles makes these guns very versatile I like this feature alot thinking that because of this they are turning alot of 10/22 owners into Henry Lever Rifle owners! Someday I will fine a good buy on a nice used one!!
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Congrats, nothing like a Henry .22 . And welcome to the club. I am not much of a rifle guy, but this to me was a much have. A lever-action and single actions go to gether like bread and butter. Wish I had one back when I was in my early teens, but had to wait until I was in my 40s.... Anyway enjoy!
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I guess I'll pick one tomorrow, even though I don't have a thing in .22 . Only because I have a Henry Big Boy and it's such a beautifully crafted American Firearm. So anyway I can make the .22 my snake gun.
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