NRA Gun of the Week: Henry Repeating Arms Long Ranger Rifle

Since about the inception of the metallic cartridge, lever-action rifles have been a mainstay in the firearm community, with designs continually improving to maintain the relevance of this classic American firearm. Henry Repeating Arms, a brand almost as storied as the venerated lever-action itself, is doing its part to keep the rifles' performance up-to-date, while still maintaining the legacy of its design. As such, the company has chambered its Long Ranger for the modern 6.5 mm Creedmoor round, featuring a lever- and gear-driven bolt assembly, with a rotating bolt that locks into a free-floating 20” blued-steel barrel. Adorned in American walnut  with modern laser-cut checkering, the detachable-box-fed rifle reaches ranges once considered impossible for a lever-action gun. To learn more, watch our NRA Gun of the Week video hosted by American Rifleman’s David Herman

Specifications
:
Manufacturer: Henry Repeating Arms
Model: Long Ranger
Action Type: lever-action center-fire rifle
Chambering: 6.5 mm Creedmoor
Barrel: 22” blued steel
Stock: American walnut
Sights: none; drilled and tapped for optics
Trigger: adjustable; 6-lb., 10-oz. pull
Magazine: four-round detachable box
Weight: 7 lbs. w/ empty magazine
MSRP: $1,066

Additional Reading:
A Hard Look at Henry Lever-Actions
Henry's Classic Henry
Tested: The New Henry Side Loader Lever-Action Rifle
Tested: Henry Big Boy All-Weather Rifle



 

  

 

    

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