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Henry Repeating Arms’ Mare's Leg .22 Pistol

All the fun of an unusual movie gun and .22 caliber plinking combined.

Leveraging Heritage

Lever-action rifles are an indelible fixture in the history of firearm development and played a key role in the formation of these United States. Recently, however, iconic manufacturers have closed up shop or moved production of such classic long guns overseas. The resulting void has opened the door for Henry Repeating Arms Co. to expand its catalog of American-made lever guns.

Henry Repeating Arms Honored at NRA Annual Meetings

Henry Repeating Arms was honored with the President’s Special Recognition Award at the 2017 NRA Board of Directors Meeting, which took place during the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Atlanta.

Editor's Choice: Henry Repeating Arms X Model

Henry Repeating Arms took a big step forward with its popular lever guns last year by introducing models with side loading gates in addition to the removable tubular magazine liner.

Review: Henry X Model .410 Bore Shotgun

Henry Repeating Arms offers a unique and well-made option to fans of the .410 bore, with its lever-action, tube-fed X Model based off of the company's other lines of lever-action rifles.

Henry .30-30 Lever-Action Rifle

Long known for its lever-actions, Henry has introduced a version in a popular rifle cartridge – the .30-30 Win.

Winchester Brings Back the 1873

Winchester Repeating Arms is reintroducing the Model 73 with all of the features that made it “The Gun that Won the West.”

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.

Kimber's Mountain Ascent

Kimber designers and engineers shaved weight from the bolt-action Model 84 to produce the Mountain Ascent-a rifle hunters will joyfully carry uphill. But the good news is that the gun has everything that counts when it comes to performance.

A Look Back At The 1886 Winchester

A timeless design by a youthful John Browning combined with superb manufacturing quality keeps this 128-year-old rifle alive today. Here's a closer look at the Model 1886 Winchester lever-action.

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