Lever Action .22 Magnum

Lever Action .22 Magnum Rifle

Made in America and Priced Right

If you’re sold on the Western styling conjured up by a lever action .22 and want more stopping power for small game and varminting, our .22 Magnum is right for you. Ours features a deluxe checkered American walnut stock, a grooved receiver for easy scope mounting and a 19¼” barrel that will deliver the accuracy you need.

Lever Magnum

The tubular magazine holds 11 rounds. It weighs 5½ pounds and overall length is 37½”. With regards to ballistics, in general the .22 Magnum projectile travels nearly twice as fast as the .22 LR, and produces more than triple the muzzle energy. Various types of .22 magnum cartridges are available from all the major ammo makers.

Clair Rees, who authored a Rimfire Column article in GUNS Magazine, had this to say about our rifle, “I’ve done enough shooting with Henry’s .22 Magnum to know it operates smoothly and reliably. Accuracy is good, too. At 50 yards, it produced 5-rounds averaging an even inch center-to-center with Winchester Supreme jacketed hollowpoints. This great looking .22WMR lever carbine delivers. This is a good buy.”

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Specifications
Lever Action .22 Magnum
Model Number H001M
Action Type Lever Action Repeater
Caliber .22 Magnum
Capacity 12 rounds
Length 37.5"
Barrel Length 19 ¼"
Weight 5.5 lbs.
Stock Deluxe Checkered American walnut
Sights Adjustable rear, hooded front sight
Finish Blued barrel and lever
M.S.R.P. $499.95

*Ask your local Henry dealer to give you a quote.

Options


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Customer Comments

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“Here’s me with a .22 mag of yours. Thanks”

Thomas “Tex” Toupin

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“Have your 22 mag and love it. Show it to everyone and let them shoot it. They are impressed. Just finished sighting mine in with a new scope so I can knock off a gnat’s eyebrow. Amazing how accurate it is. Thought I was missing the target until I determined I was putting shots in the same hole at 50+ yards.”

George Neidhardt
Hanover, PA

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