Henry U.S. Survival AR7 Rifle Kit, .22 Long Rifle 16.5" Barrel, Teflon Metal Finish, Synthetic Stock, Full Coverage Mossy Oak Break Up Camouflage, 8 Round Magazine With Carrying Case
Compact and lightweight. Breaks down into three pieces. No tools needed. Stock holds and comes with two eight round magazines. Steel barrel. Barrels and receiver coated with teflon. Grooved receiver. Comes in plastic box with carrying handle. The Henry Survival Rifle’s waterproof stock enables it to float if dropped into water. It can be easily retrieved and will still function.
Are you wondering if you should by this rifle? Our advice: JUST DO IT. Put the inside it's waterproof stock and throw it in your truck or bug out vehicle. Put a few rounds of ammo in there too. These are awesome, and you can buy more than one!
In 1980, the design and production rights passed on to Henry Repeating Arms and the compact rifle was slightly revised. The AR-7 is now (2011) known as the Henry U.S. Survival rifle. An ABS material replaced the original plastic, which was prone to cracking and failure. The receiver recess in the Henry stock allows storage of receiver with a magazine in place and the rifle is normally sold with two magazines. The latest versions of the Henry allow for storage of three magazines total, with two in the stock recess, and one in the receiver. The modern Henry U.S. Survival rifle is also waterproof (all prior versions were known to leak water inside the stock). They now include a full teflon coating on the outer surface. A 3/8 in. rail milled into the top of the receiver for mounting a wide variety of optics is now a standard.