The Henry Lever Action is a classic Western-style lever action rifle, and one of the most popular .22’s on the market today. The reason for its popularity is because it shoots great, looks great and is remarkably affordable – about half the price of the competition’s rifles.
The Henry Lever Action rifle features an extremely attractive American walnut stock, the quality of which can only be found on guns three times the price. The action is exceptionally smooth, so smooth many first timers remark that they cannot believe the rifle has any internal parts. You simply have to get one into your own two hands and cycle the action a few times to see for yourself.
The Henry Lever Carbine .22 rifle features a large loop lever that is perfect for individuals with larger hands or when wearing gloves in cold weather. It has a compact overall length of 34″ and a 16 1/8″ barrel.
The Henry Lever Action also features side ejection, an adjustable rear sight, a hooded front sight and a grooved receiver for mounting a scope. The blued steel barrel is machined with state of the art multiple groove rifling. The result is a highly accurate shooter.
The barrel length is 18¼”, overall length is 36¼” and it weighs in at a very comfortable 5¼ pounds. The easy to load tubular magazine can handle 15 rounds of .22 Long Rifle, 17 rounds of .22 Long and as many as 21 rounds of .22 Short, making it a viable alternative to a semi-automatic .22. And, a lot more fun to shoot.
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|Lever Action .22 Rifle|
|Action Type||Lever Action|
|Capacity||15 rounds .22LR, 17 rounds .22L, 21 rounds .22S|
|Barrel Length||18 ¼"|
|Stock||Straight-grip American walnut|
|Sights||Adjustable rear, hooded front sight|
|Finish||Blued barrel and lever|
*Ask your local Henry dealer to give you a quote.
Large Loop Levers are available in the Henry Parts Store
“Dear Sir, Something frightening occurred this Christmas past: I realized that everything under the tree—almost everything in my house, for that matter—was made in China! This is scary! There was one exception: a Henry rifle that Santa brought me. What outstanding quality! Thanks for “keeping it in the USA,” and for making a product that I can pass along to future generations—long after that Chinese crap is in the landfill. You folks rock!” Jim Quinlan
My friend and I were shoot our rimfires this morning, I was shooting my H001 and he was shooting his Japanese made Browning BL22. The Henry consistently shot better groups than the Browning. Average 3/4″ to the Browning’s 1″. Thank you for keeping your products American made and providing your very skilled employees the much needed jobs in these trying economic times. Sincerely
Owen Beene, Teague, TX
I just wanted to share this picture of me and one of the squirrels i got this year of 2009 i am still amazed by its accuracy smooth action not only is the henry 22 long rifle fun to shoot but it is great to bring small game back to your plate and make memories that will last for ever thank you Anthony Imperato and your employees and keep doing what you people do best making fine firearms god bless.
Cassidy M, Iowa