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Old 06-23-2017, 08:15 AM
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pump ,and my FAVORITE, the big loop carbine with F/O front sight! traded a .22 mag lever in on it, the short light carbine is wonderful. it is a small over all rifle, I am 6ft 3"with long arms and it fits me perfectly! comes up and just falls into place, if you know what I mean.
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I have the H001, H001T, H003T, H009, and AR7. My favorite is the H009 30-30, re-defining what a 30-30 lever gun should feel like... but its obviously not a rimfire, so of the rimfires, I'd go with the pump by a narrow margin over the Frontier lever.

Wishlist, the 45-70 lever.
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I own the basic H001, i absolutely love it. I would love an octagon barrel frontier.
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My favorite is this clean used Henry 22 Mag with the 20" octagon barrel, picked up yesterday. I change the sights on all my leverguns to a fine white bead and a flat top rear sight; this one got that treatment immediately.

I got it rough-zeroed on steel this AM and accuracy looks good with Armscor 40 grain JHP. Three shot 50 yard groups were often under an inch and at 100, they were 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 inches. Sighted 1 1/2" high at 50 yards put it right on at 100. By covering the top half of the 14" gong with the bead, I hit it 2 out of 3 at 200 yards. I ran it vertical, sideways etc. Feeding remained slick and effortless and it handles like a 94 Winchester.

The only thing left to wish for was a fine trigger and this evening, I cleaned it up to 2 1/2 pounds.

This little dandy is going to get a workout.



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Old 07-30-2017, 08:47 AM
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The one I am shooting at the time,in other words any Henry.
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Could you say what the stock costs? Were they ok with ordering directly from them? Thanks so much!
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Mine is the H001L. Love the large loops!!
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Old 08-10-2017, 08:08 PM
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Me, I love my basic H001. Had it about 5 years, compounded the stock and waxed it. Beautiful results. More accurate than me, but living in the hills, ya can't shoot more than 50 yards anyway.

Not my favorite 22, but I love it just the same. (Like having 2 girlfriends.) Makes a great partner to my 2 Heritage RR SA pistols, and always goes out with me when I'm hauling one of the RR's.

Now, I gotta get a cowboy hat like John Wayne. My purple 'hood pimp' hat just doesn't make it.
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I've only owned standard H001s. Someday I may get an H001L. tom.
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H001, plain and classic lever.
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#1) Don't really know at this time

The Big Boy shown here behind the Marlin 57M ...



#2) Model I would like to have ... Henry Model ____________ (just fill in the blank)
IF YOU EVER DECIDE YOU WANT TO PART WITH THE LEVERMATIC.....LET ME KNOW!!!
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Old 02-04-2018, 09:35 PM
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We've had several Henry's, but the H001T has been the keeper. Would like to have the new 24" barrel version though.
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I have the Classic and like it very much.

I think the Small Game Carbine in 22WMR would be cool.
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Old 02-09-2018, 07:36 PM
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H001, plain and classic lever.
That's the one that gets my vote too.
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