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Gun of the Week: Henry U.S. Survival AR-7

Gun of the Week: Henry U.S. Survival AR-7

The Henry Repeating Arms Mare's Leg

A number of companies have released variants of the "Mare's Leg" design first featured in Steve McQueen's "Wanted: Dead or Alive." The latest addition to the Gun of the Week series is the .22 caliber version produced by Henry Repeating Arms.

Gun of the Week: The Henry Mare's Leg

A number of companies have released variants of the "Mare's Leg" design first featured in Steve McQueen's "Wanted: Dead or Alive." The latest addition to the Gun of the Week series is the .22 caliber version produced by Henry Repeating Arms.

Henry Repeating Arms Co. Expands Line and Capacity

Henry Repeating Arms Co. is expanding its capacity to better serve its customers, but the biggest news coming from the company is the production of the Original Henry Rifle.

Henry Golden Boy .22 Mag. Lever-Action Rifle

This smooth cycling rimfire is an enjoyable modern take on the classic .22 lever gun, but with more power.

“NRA Gun Gurus” Premieres Wed., April 2 on Outdoor Channel

The National Rifle Association's top firearms experts will evaluate prized guns owned by average Americans in a new series premiering Wednesday, April 2, 2014, at 7 p.m.

Henry's Classic Henry

One of America’s most influential and historic arms, the Henry lever-action is not only back, but it is being made right here in the United States.

The Guns of 1864

In 1864, more and more repeating rifles-Spencers and “sixteen shooter” Henrys-made their way into Union units. The South was being overwhelmed by superior numbers and firepower. If 1863 was the year of the rifle-musket in America’s bloody Civil War, then 1864 was the year of the repeater.

Henry Repeating Arms’ .22 Trifecta

This American gun maker has a bolt-action, lever-action and semi-automatic rimfire rifle to fit nearly every shooter.

Henry Repeating Arms Gives Back to Great Causes

At the 2014 National NRA Banquet and Auction in Indianapolis, Ind., Anthony Imperato, president and owner of Henry Repeating Arms, presented a check for $100,000 to the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital.

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