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6/17/09 8:11 PM
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The Double Deuce
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I want to get my first rifle. These are built in the USA and seem pretty affordable.

http://www.henryrepeating.com/h002_survival.cfm

Anyone fire one of these or know anything about them?
6/22/09 10:01 AM
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Hey DD Joe maffei here. I have one and here is a review I did on it.
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8/6/09 12:04 PM
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 Damn, like everything else, I wish they made a left handed version
8/16/09 1:01 PM
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Unless you need a survival rifle, buy a Ruger 10/22 instead..
8/22/09 3:04 AM
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The Double Deuce - I want to get my first rifle. These are built in the USA and seem pretty affordable.

http://www.henryrepeating.com/h002_survival.cfm

Anyone fire one of these or know anything about them?


Yes my buddy bought a lever-action .22. They're great little guns and there's no reason not to buy one imo. We were hitting clays at about 150 yards from standing with it. Fun, reliable little gun.
2/25/10 4:24 PM
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Hillbilly - Unless you need a survival rifle, buy a Ruger 10/22 instead..


I had a 10/22 years ago. Damn thing jammed more often than not. I'm partial to Ruger, but that gun was a piece.
2/25/10 5:20 PM
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I actually didn't realize that the Henry survival gun is basically the old Charter Arms AR-7. This is a very neat gun...I have a 1985 model (my dad paid less than $100 brand new) behind the seat of my pickup truck. Great survival gun; extremely cool concept. Reliable with an aftermarket clip; mine only fires reliably using CCI high-velocity with the factory mag.

Maybe Henry has improved upon this design. You can't beat it for the money.
6/9/10 5:47 PM
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Maybe Henry has improved upon this design.


I went to a gun show last month, and I talked to one of the Henry reps. Unfortunately, they did not have any AR7s for sale, but he DID say that they were coming out with a new design/improvement, soon. One improvement I remember is that it is supposed to be able to support hotter loads.

It looks like it may be out now:

www.henryrepeating.com


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