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I just picked up a used Henry .22 with the octagon barrel. It is LNIB, don't think it was ever fired. Blued steel/real nice wood, good fit and finish I like the way it balances, just ever so slightly barrel heavy. I'll be shooting it this weekend. It might just end up wearing a set of Skinner Sights, we will see how it shoots with the factory sight for now. Only plastic on it is the butt pad. I am quite happy.

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Here's my input regarding lever guns. First off I like thr practicality of a lever gun because I'm a "lefty". I therefore don't have the problem of operating a right handed bolt, and I don't have powder blowing in my face as the bolt on a semi recycles. I guess next on the list is "everybody" want to be a cowboy, and 3 of my 4 brands of lever action .22s look "cowboy".
My fourth liver action .22 was made by Taurus, The bolt operates just like the little pump or gallery gun that's so popular. The difference is that the bolt is operated by a lever. The model designation is 62-LA. How many of you have even seen one~? It's the first .22 I grab if I'm just going plinking because it's light, if functions flawlessly, it hits what I'm aiming at, and I'm not worried about getting a scratch or a ding in my 1957 built 39-A or my 1974 built 94/22, both of which are nearly perfect.

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Originally Posted by FieldGrade
Originally Posted by Snowwolfe
Own one with the octagon barrel and it wears a Weaver 3x9 AO rimfire scope. Zero issues with it and never really sat down and found out which ammo it liked better but the few brands I tried were all capable of 5 shot 1 inch groups or better at 50 yards.

Ditto ^^^^^

Funny how the guys chit mouthing em are the ones that don't own one.

About 30 years ago I had a 9422M. Nice rifle but it wouldn't even come close to the accuracy I get from my Octagon barreled Henry in 22WMR.

I've beat the snot out of it for about six years now without a single hick-up.

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BTW,,,, the only plastic on mine is the butt plate.
But then,,,, so is the one on my 1946 Marlin 39.
does Henry still make this one?


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They still list it in their catalog.

Henry Frontier 22mag, 20-1/2” octagonal barrel ( p/n H001TM )

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