Kyle Taylor: I love mine, it is a tack driver but I am all ways scared I am going to
scratch it up.
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
aran125: Nice gun, my buddy just picked one up, we shot it today.
jonnebanan: The sun has been setting in the west lately??
Thomas Jefferson: This video made pull out my own Henry standard 22, as always amazed by it's
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.
johnny albit: Can 22 magnum be used in these guns?
SapphireHybrid: 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?
jagerschweigen: would think pure brass would be a negative...alloy probably stronger
Randy ax: can i put a .38 special in it ?? or in the 1860 henry ?
Daniel Haggitt: hey Hickok were do you get so much .22
Mike Campbell: Is there anything you can't shoot?
diegoin3: How do you break in your rifles
bigjohn22: Sounds like it's spitting out the CB shorts
LostNorthUp: "If you want a reproduction of the original Henry" @ 3:20 Henry Repeating
Arms now makes a reproduction except it's a modern caliber rather than the
obsolete caliber used in the original Henry.
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.
NineteenEleven Den: After being blown away by the superior quality of my Uberti 1866 Yellowboy,
I wanted to add a .22 lever gun to join my Ruger 10/22 Takedown. I shot
both the Henry and Silverboy qand was once again assured by actual use on
the range that Silverboy was the better rifle. So I purchased the Silverboy
which has truly solidified me as a Uberti enthusiast.
James Smith: Does anyone know why most lever action rifles barrels are not threaded ?
Pr3lude9: I bought mine a year ago @ a little less than $250, now I seen one at the
gun shop 4 days ago, for $339. Awesome gun, I love plinking with mine.
Gazeroni: Amazing review! Has anyone ever told you you have very large hands? Did you
find the lever too small?
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.
transammike: I just got mine last week and I'm dying to shoot it!
Grant Peterson: very nice video
i am thinking about getting one
Case IH FARMING: Awsome set up there
Shelly Gray: do the rolling block rifle
Owen Carlson: my first rifle, really fun little gun
Larry Henry: Probably my next 22 purchase...aftr all i am LARRY HENRY...LOL
oldbandguy: Hope you get your hands on the new Henry that is indeed a copy of the
original. Would love to hear what you think about it. My Golden Boy is
now my favorite rifle. Henry Repeating Arms is a GREAT American gun maker.
DarkEnergyMineCraft: i laughed so hard at 6:26 i never seen a bottle of water do that
eltoro1ish: Great review like always!! Just purchased one today! Can't wait to get it
to the range.
OP ZENITH: I laughed so hard at those shorts. XD
Joe Hibbs: 6:50 listen carefully
lifeisbeautifulbysix: I have the Winchester just like that one love i had one miss feed with it
and that was the shooters fault (wasn't me) they put the round in upside
showemright YTchannel: nice craftsmanship,rimfire on a rifle like that is important, considering
the tubular magazine no worries i guess,again BRAVO ZULU MR HICKOK45.
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?
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
john bibby: Just bought one of these here in the UK for my first gun and I absolutely
love it, this video helped me make the decision on what to buy so thanks
dave hepner: Grand father just bought me the centennial edition this Christmas. Haha I'm
32 and he still gets me awesome gifts. It is a smooth working rifle.
Tinstar2: One of the best lever action guns on the market! Henry is a fantastic
company with the best customer service I've ever come across. I bought one
of these Goldenboys in .22LR a few years ago and whenever I take it out to
the range, it always gets comments about how beautiful and what a good shot
I am. I tell them, it's not just me...it's the awesome rifle! Whether
it's .22LR, .22L, or .22 short, it cycles everything and I've never had any
feeding or ejecting problems...EVER! It's my go to squirrel gun. Just a
fun gun to shoot and if you're on the fence about getting one...hop off and
get it! You won't regret it!
ytmm9055: Cycling to slow causes that issue-doing the lever action quickly-no
problems feeding the first round.
Ron Tybaert: Basement shooters??? No idea what your talking about...;)
William Persinger: The 1862 Henry is now being made by Henry Repeating Arms in 44-40. Check it
out if you haven't yet.
Raymond E. James: I just traded for one of these today. Beautiful rifle and I'm anxious to
try it out.
obsessed: looks good, wanted a lever 22 since my red rider bb gun i had.... actually
still have as a kid. just ordered one ,thanks again. keep'em coming
Gabriel S.: Henry does still make a version of the original henry rifle, you can tell
it apart because it doesn't have a front fore stock.
Paul Irwin: Can you do some videos on the .17 HMR rounds?
Chris Dills: Its a great rifle to shoot for fun with and also for small game hunting.
Christopher Pennoyer: hey can you shoot the browning .22 T bolt action
Dylan Mckenzie: can any one tell me about deabilaty for this gun
scratching flacing of the resever
GreenBeretboy5: this is a pretty neat little rifle. my dad owns one
Henry Golden Boy .22 Lever Action Rifle4.9
out of 5