For a limited time between now and September 19, 2020, you can personalize your very own serial number on this Henry Rifle. Make it the perfect gift, or keep it in your family to pass down for generations.
You can add your family's name into your serial number, or make it the birthdate of someone you care about. The serial number is entirely up to you!
Whether or not you already own a Henry rifle or if you haven't come around to it yet, we think this is an amazing opportunity to personalize your own gun - something firearm manufacturers rarely allow.
Place your order anytime before the deadline listed.
These Henry rifles are made-to-order and are not currently in stock. Estimated delivery time is mid-December, before Christmas.
Since 1959, the venerable AR-7 has been the choice of U.S. Air Force pilots who need a small-caliber rifle they can count on for survival should they have to punch out over a remote area. Over the years, the AR-7s reputation for portability, ease of operation and reliability has carried over to the civilian world as well.
Today, its a favorite of bush pilots, backpackers and backcountry adventurers who, like their Air Force counterparts, need a rifle thats easy to carry but has the accuracy to reliably take down small game. Like the original Henry US Survival Rifle, the latest take on this innovative, semi-automatic rifle is lightweight (just 3.5 lbs) and highly portable. At just 16.5 inches long (when all the components are stowed), it fits easily into the cargo area of a plane or boat or in a backpack. And because its chambered in .22LR you can carry a large quantity of ammunition, without adding much weight to your gear.
When disassembled, the pieces fit inside the impact-resistant, waterproof stock, which will float should it take a trip overboard. Assembly is as easy as attaching the receiver to the stock, inserting the barrel and screwing on the barrel nut. In just a few seconds, without the need for any tools, the Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 is ready for action. The Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 comes standard with a sturdy steel barrel covered in tough ABS plastic and then coated with Teflon for complete protection against corrosion. Plus, its engineered for perfect balance and the ability to maintain its tack-driving accuracy, even after thousands of rounds. Like the barrel, the receiver is also coated with a layer of waterproof Teflon for superior weatherproofing, waterproof protection, even in harsh salt water environments. Plus, the updated receiver is grooved making it easy to top it off with your favorite optics.
This is a fantastic rifle very accurate fun to shoot, here is a little trivia I just discovered about this rifle, I was recently watching the James Bond Film from Russia with Love, Bond Uses one of these to take out a helicopter!
Just got the Henry AR-7. Took it out of the box, assembled it, and put accurate rounds down range in less than two minutes. Best assembly time was1:06 minutes. That was only the third time I put it together. Dead on at 25 yards out of the box. Day glo orange front sight pops into view. Rear sight is primitive but still has two size peep holes and elevation adjustment. Front sight is drift adjustable for wind age. Overall, for less than three bills, it shoots great. Already stowed it in the back of the truck. Holds sixteen rounds in two mags. I like more rounds capacity, so that is my sole complaint. You can only hold the two eight round mags in the buttstock. For the cost it’s a great plinker, and if stranded, a solid survival rifle. Just bring extra rounds, cause you never know when you might have to self rescue....
I have a couple from charter, very accurate every time. I also got a Henry recently to keep up with the times, & so glad I did! Nicer, modern, better storage space. You can put another 30~ rds. in the honeycombed plastic in the storage comp., just stick in the holes!
I had friends w/ar15sL throwing 30rds at a couple bottles, I sighed and went plink-plink & hit both bottles, one bullet each. Those two guys went and got a Henry too. So satisfying just hitting everything you aim at...