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Henry - 22 Magnum - Octagon - Pump Action Rimfire Rifle - American Walnut Stock/Blued Finish, 20.5"Octagonal Barrel, 12 Round capacity, Mfg# H003TM, STOCK PHOTO

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$849.00
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$799.00 (You save $50.00)
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619835012005
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Product Description

Henry Repeating Arms Octagon Model H003TM Pump Action Rimfire Rifle

  • .22 Magnum
  • 19.75" blued octagon barrel
  • 12 round tube magazine
  • Hammer safety
  • Side ejection
  • Blued steel receiver with grooves for scope mount
  • Marbles semi-buckhorn fully adjustable rear sights with standard 3/8" dovetail slots
  • American walnut stock with straight grip
  • 38.5" overall length
  • 6 lbs unloaded
  • Made in the USA

 

The Henry Pump Action Octagon .22 joins faded jeans, Mom's apple pie, and a restored '57 Chevy as an all-American icon. Now fitted with a blue octagonal barrel, it resurrects the great old days of the traditional shooting gallery. The Henry Pump Octagon, available in calibers .22LR or .22 Magnum, is one gun that is built for fun.

It also sports a grooved receiver for mounting a scope, and Marbles semi-buckhorn fully adjustable rear sights with standard 3/8" dovetail slots enabling you to change sights if you choose to do so. Beautifully finished American walnut is used for the stock. The .22 LR version can hold 15 rounds of .22 LR and 21 rounds of .22 Short. The capacity of the .22 Magnum is 12 rounds. If you must extract an unfired cartridge from the chamber, we have included a grooved release button at the right front of the trigger guard. When pressed back, the lever unlocks the forend allowing it to be retracted to eject the unfired round.