The Henry pump action 22 caliber rifle is a great addition to ones yesteryear reminders of the wonderful times at the local fair shooting galleries with Dad or perhaps Grand Dad. This is a quality rifle reflective of the "days of old" in addition to being a very practical and accurate 22. You can buy a 22 rifle at a cheaper price however, you won't enjoy the same amount of fun as if you purchased a Henry pump 22! This is a 22 that will be a great family heirloom to pass down to younger generations. At 73 years young I am having a "blast" with my new Henry 22 pump rifle. Easy to maintain, accurate to shoot, and quality you cannot beat - made in the USA. -
I am pleased with the appearance, quality of workmanship, and accuracy of the Henry pump action 22 caliber rifle. It is a true reflection of the "days of old" shooting gallery guns. I have had no problems with the functioning or accuracy of the Henry rifle. 3 rounds ( Remington Long Rifle) and a slight sight adjustment delivered bullseye accuracy at 40 Yards. You pay a bit more for a Henry however it is a fine firearm that can be used and later passed down as a legacy family firearm. Made in America by caring Americans! -
You rarely see anything but a 5 star review on a Henry and there\'s a good reason for that. It\'s accurate, the action is incredibly smooth and the workmanship is outstanding. All this plus it\'s very reasonably priced and all components plus assembly are American. Shoots shorts, longs, and LR from sub sonic to stingers and never fails to function flawlessly. While I haven\'t had occasion to use customer service everyone I talk to says Henry\'s is second to none. My only criticism is that they could have put better sights on it, but since I use a scope this doesn\'t really matter to me. This is my first lever action rifle and I love it. You will too. - D. S.
I\'ve had my BL-22 (grade II) for over 35 years, and it\'s simply the best there is--hands down!! It\'s in a class above all others, and I have shot them all. I had a leopold scope mounted on it about 20 years ago, to teach my kids to shoot with a scope, and had no trouble at all getting that done. One warning, it\'s very addictive!! Buy LOTS of ammo before you go shooting, and try to let the kids shoot some, too!! Great rifle. - B. R.