DwightMS1: I like to hear you laugh in slow-motion. You sound like something very
TheCrackBull: HEY PEOPLE OF AMERICA!!!! QUIT BUYING 22LR AMMO FROM PRIVATE PARTYS ON THE
INTERNET AND GUN SHOWS. THE PRICES ARE INFLATED AND CAUSING 22LR TO BE HARD
TO FIND. WE ALL SHOULD BE ABLE TO GO TO WALMART AND BUY A BRICK OF 500 FOR
$20. THESE GUYS ARE BUYING ALL THE AMMO IN STOCK AND RESELLING IT!!!!! Join
me in putting your foot down and not over paying for 22lr ammo!!
Henry Meguess: Have you ever used copper ammo instead of brass or aluminum
Jeff Liss: I like the brass frame on my GB, but I don't care for the brass butt plate.
It's too slippery and slides off my shoulder. IMO this is where form should
take a back seat to function.
bill smith: Thats one sweet little .22 love to have one
Hagop Zakaryan: Is the brass gram on the lever guns brittle like the 1858 confederate
Remington new army?
Blazethebest3: i always buy from my local gun shop
Allen Bonner: I have a carbine large loop that I bought and my 13 year old son just loved
shooting it. No misfeeds, easy to learn as a first shooter, cheap ammo and
great customer service communication. I emailed to compliment them on the
rifle and the president emailed me back on a Sunday!!!! All in all
probably the best rifle I have handled and used as a recreation shooter.
Its made in west hemisphere which is and added plus. Careful moving the
sights up and down as they can move around a bit to the sides and may need
some fine tuning. A great nostalgic looking western gun. IMO a lot of fun
as you manually feed the ammo as opposed to a semi auto which does all the
ralphfa: I must have one immediately if not sooner!
lolziloveminecraft: Is there any mag-fed .22 leverguns out there?
Barach Skinner: I have a 22 golden boy and I can never find bulets
GunsOfMassEffect: You are right Daniel.
George Clark: all my Henry's work beautifully have 22mag lever a 22 pump and a big boy
357, never have I had such wonderful performance out of the complete line,
they do make a wonderful product and if I ever had an issue I am sure they
would respond as well as ruger, anyone who does not own a henry should,
then after one well then comes 2,3 4 5, ect. ps the original is now
available from them but it aint cheep.
MrAgentd: Your video is on the Henry website... AWESOME!
EverythingisFire: I'm looking to get a new .22 rifle that's a lot of fun. Think I'll skip the
10/22 & Savage bolt action in favor for this :)
Tony Collett: Best SQUIRELL gun I own
Noah Hull: Please pleas mr. 45 I would love to see you do a Henry frontier,
preferably 22 mag. I don't believe you have done a 22 mag rifle. Love to
see one if you could get a hold of. Thank you
kain hall: my first rifle was a version of this gun, but with out the gold. its just
BUT HOLY freak is it a track driver. i put a cheap 4 power scope on it, and
took it out spotlighting. IT NEVER MISSED. rabbets running flat out, 75
yards out, parallel with the road, and i got him with one shot!
anything out to 150 you dont have to think about missing... you could
probably still be sub moa at 300 with this rifle.
i only get jams when the chamber gets DIRTY! ive had one failure to extract
because of poor 22 ammo, or dirty chamber (or both).... but it always goes
bang, it always goes straight and true, and it will always be mine, as i
ant selling it.
freak your ruger 10/22s... i like ruger, but they dont have crap on my
MidwestMiddleClass: Want one!
Jaxson Stout: Its lever action iv all ready told you
Roland Kewley: The reason it did not feed right is you were slow and jerky on the lever I
own one for 5 years now and if you wok the lever smooth and not jerky it
will work just fine
jermaine lee: i have this one, the black version, and a .17 hmr. all great guns! I would
love to see you shoot a .17 hmr golden boy lever action. The lever action
will be sold in about a month.
Adam Scoggins: I watch your videos all the time and really respect you opinion what would
you chose a Henry golden boy.22 or the uberti silverboy thank you sir
Bill Haas: Great rifle. On page 12 of my Henry lever manual it states: "Important -
when loading the action must be closed."
myles platt: I shot my uncles winchester
Roland Kewley: The reason it does not feed up into the breach is you did it to slow not
that you had to many rounds in it ion one works like a charm no problems .
Frank Thomas: Just got my GB this week. It even came with a little cloth sleeve to
protect the action. Had one little issue at the range with a misfeed but it
was because I'd failed to lock the plunger in properly and it fell out
without me noticing. Without the proper tension on the next round, it
didn't chamber properly. Lovely little gun.
katzruler: would love to have one
Ryan gray: Shoot a remington blackpowder
Mach Won: Not familiar with the Henry but was able to get find a vintage 1980
Winchester 9422XTR....one of my favorite guns. My son and I really enjoy
the lever "cowboy" action.
THE BIG BEANER: Love the .22 Magnum
jonnebanan: The sun has been setting in the west lately??
Roland Kewley: You worked the lever to slow and jerky I have owned one for 5 years now
works like a charm even 22 shorts no problem
ctxflyer: I have the pump model. My wife refuses to let go of it!!!
This is my rifle
There are many like it but this one is mine...
J Sweatt: The manual advises NOT to take the gun apart? Maybe because Henry will not
sell you parts for your rifle. They will only release parts to a licensed
gunsmith. So, if you need parts for it in the future, good luck.
mtnsick44: Hi Hickok,
I've watched many of your videos - wondering have you ever had/met a gun
you did not like or think it was of poor quality? If so which ones?
Jerry Allen: I just bought one of these a few days ago and already have about 250 rounds
through it. I agree with all of the positive comments I have read so far
but there is one thing I don't care for. The stock is so low that I have to
take a "chin weld" rather than the "cheek weld" I am accustomed to in order
to see the sights.
RobertKaydoo: If you have you never had a chance to handle one of these I highly
recommend it. You know quality when you feel it and the Golden Boy is a
very well made firearm. There are 2 .22s I would suggest to folks: a Ruger
10/22 and a Henry .22 lever.
Thomas Jefferson: This video made pull out my own Henry standard 22, as always amazed by it's
quick1088: I am asking for honest opinions. Is this a good starting rifle? Really
thinking about getting one.
Larry Henry: Probably my next 22 purchase...aftr all i am LARRY HENRY...LOL
Ron Tybaert: Basement shooters??? No idea what your talking about...;)
DarkEnergyMineCraft: i laughed so hard at 6:26 i never seen a bottle of water do that
Nathan Dugan: Can anyone tell me why I can't seem to find .22 shorts that aren't blanks?
I have a few old boxes of the actual functional ones, but I'd hate to use
OP ZENITH: I laughed so hard at those shorts. XD
MY2KSapphire: What is the main uses for .22? It seems like people like to use it in their
backyards or possibly indoors. Wouldn't it be a better idea to use an
airsoft, bb, or pellet gun?
RebelRob34: I just got one, as it was the only one in stock at Big 5 in the entire
area. I walked in at the right time, as the manager said it was on the
shelf about 43 minutes. Going to shoot it tomorrow morning with my 12 year
old and can't wait!
archangele1: I like the way mine shoots. It looks nice and feels nice. My BIG complaint
and what takes away from this gun are the crappy 'brasslite' side plates
that scratch so easy you get scratches every time a sparrow farts. Why can
they not make real brass side plates for this otherwise excellent lever
action rifle? Come on Henry, how about some real brass side plates.. Not
like it is going to add that much weight or cause any problems..
Henry Golden Boy .22 Lever Action Rifle4.9
out of 5