Mr. Eugene Stoner and Armalite Corporation developed this Henry Survival Rifle’s ancestors during the 1950s. The idea behind the AR7 was replacement of the M4 and M6 breech loading and bolt action rifles issued for downed aircraft. Charter Arms picked up the production rights in the 1960s, and marketed these little rifles until 1990, when Kel-Tec affiliate Survival Arms took it, then Henry Repeating Arms acquired it in 1997. Manufacturer, then, is Henry Repeating Arms of Brooklyn, NY, and don’t hold their location against them. Model is H002 Survival Rifle. Type is blowback semi auto rimfire rifle, and the bolt return springs are quite stout, so a person is best advised to use only High Velocity .22 Long Rifle Ammunition. Construction is steel barrel liner inside a pot metal shroud, and steel bolt and internal parts including the serrated face trigger inside a pot metal receiver. Stock is gloss black synthetic polymer, and the rifle readily disassembles into barrel, receiver, and magazine all of which store inside the 16 inch overall length buttstock. Barrel length is 16 inches, and the length of pull for the buttstock measures over 15 inches from the trigger face to the butt pad which doubles as a lid for storage position. Overall length assembled is 34 3/4 inches. Weight empty is less than 3 pounds with center of gravity at the trigger. Magazine is current production Henry Arms, steel 7 shot. Since the magazine’s front lips act as a partial feed ramp, operators should be careful to avoid deforming the magazine. These rifles are known for being ammunition finicky, so to be safe, a person should probably stick to Federal, Winchester, or Aguila High Velocity Copper Coated Bullet .22 Long Rifle ammunition. We recently test fired one of this rifle’s well used 40 year old ancestors, no hitches at all with the above named ammunition. Replacement pricing on the Henry H002 in our area is well over $300 apiece, and they aren’t easy to find. We’re offering the Henry in the photos, however, or one of its identical mates for only $ 269.00. We were in stock on extra magazines at press time, $27 per. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> $20 flat fee lower 48 states; $60 Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico, UPS Ground or USPS Priority with full insurance coverage. Don’t let your buddies use your account, that kind of thing smells like felony level straw purchase attempt. NO AMEX NO PAYPAL. GA Pay / MC/Visa/Discover/USPS MO paid orders shipped ASAP. 7 day hold on checks. FFL ok by fax, e-mail or mail, please ask your dealer to put your name and Gun Brand on there. 7 day money back on used, no return on New Items, layaway, or ammo. We do not pay transfer fees or return shipping. Lay-away 20% down, balance in 90 days. Phone hours 8:30 – 4:30 CST Mon - Fri CST. Local pickup OK. Robertson Trading Post 117 Front Street PO Box 365 Henderson, Tennessee 38340 We Buy, Sell, or Trade. We always have, since 1952.
$20 lower 48; $60 AK, HI, PR, UPS or USPS. No Returns on NIB, Lay-away, or Ammo. Lay-away OK, 20% down, 90 days to pay. We Buy, Sell, or Trade we always have, since 1952.
We Buy, Sell, or Trade. Always have.
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