Henry Golden Boy .22 Lever Action Rifle




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Jimson brown: 11:33 I know this is an old video, but the problem of the round nosing up and jamming is caused by closing the action too slowly. You can open the action slowly to eject the casing but close it with a little bit of authority as he was doing when he was firing.

American1911: Great video! PSA Henry rifle warns users to load the rifle with the action closed. That may be the source of the first round problem.

KingKronos: Such a beautiful gun. Wish reloading didn't take the better half of a day or I'd buy one in an instant.

Danny Burch: Sweet gun love to have one someday

Sweet Victory: I’ve got the same gun and she is a hell of a shooter

Craig Tucker: I love shooting this gun

Frank Martinez: Every time I’m looking at a firearm i can count on a hickok45 review! Thank you!

Howard Mora: I bought one for plinking...Just a smooth lever action gun. The wood stock is beautiful. If you don't have one. Get one.

Bill Baehr: Butt stock is short for a man.

Michael Richardson: I bought the 22wmr version in black with the hexagonal barrel, its a superb rifle and as said very smooth action, I liked it so much that I bought the 45/70

Rob Snell: Well, now I need one of these too 😀

Aaron Barkley: I want one in 5.56

Bushcraft North of 60: I have a Henry Frontier in .22, and I love it! Won't jam if you load with the action closed. Just double check that it's empty before you reload it. I think it's the most fun firearm I've shot, let alone owned. Great for cowboy-type shooting, plinking, hunting, training new shooters, etc. I LOVE my Henry. Octagon barrel, semi-buckhorn and brass bead on the front post. All I did was store a few extra 0-rings under the butstock for the magazine tube, and leather wrapped the lever. It's purdy AND a real shooter. Can't go wrong.

Raycharles 52: I'm a very new to guns and hunting and I went once and I got the bug now lol how would this gun handle a full grown hog

tyler hofer: Do the Henry .17hmr lever action

Tu Vang: Just bought mine love it!

MinnesotaEric: This little Henry will not cycle hollow points.

weejams: This is an old post but the only thing that I have a complaint with is the lever and magazine tube. It seems these rust really easy and when you live in a high humidity area and put it in a case then it sweats and it don;t take long to rust. It is the same way with my Smith and Wesson M&P1522 with the barrel. So if you own one of these or the S&W then carry oil with you if you live in a high humidity area.

And BTW before anyone says anything I take very, very good care of my firearms. I even clean and oil them if I haven't used them in a month or so. I won two Henrys and the quality is outstanding. One is the normal Henry that is 20+ years old and the new one is a Golden Boy and both are in .22LR.

feelnrite: I would like one of these but with a large loop.

Mike Lovin: I hope it's better than the 22 magnum Henry I bought, I couldn't hit a 2'x4' piece of plywood at 25 yds so I moved all the way up to 10' from the target to get it to print on the plywood at all, I took it back and bought a Winchester that was made in New Haven, Connecticut . It shot 3/8" group at 100 yds.
Rating:
Henry Golden Boy .22 Lever Action Rifle 5 out of 5

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