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Henry Repeating Arms

Henry Repeating Arms is welcoming the new model year in a big way with the introduction of nine new rifle and shotgun models.

First up is the lever-action, box-magazine fed Deluxe and Wildlife edition Long Rangers, which can be considered the jewel in Henry’s crown, with high-polish nickel receivers emblazoned with 24k gold inlays.

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The new Deluxe and Wildlife edition Long Rangers are engraved versions of Henry’s box-magazine fed lever guns. Henry Repeating Arms

The seven-pound lever guns are offered in .223 Rem/5.56 NATO, .243 Win, and .308 Win with 20-inch barrels and straight-wristed, checkered American walnut stocks. The receivers are drilled and tapped, but the ornate guns feature gorgeous adjustable folding rear sights with ramped ivory bead fronts. MSRP is $1,850 for Henry’s functional art.

The Long Ranger Wildlife Engraved Edition rifles feature highly detailed engravings saluting some of North America’s most revered game. The receivers share the same nickel plating and 24K gold highlights as the Deluxe Engraved Edition rifles, and each caliber is different.

The .223 Rem/5.56 NATO version features a single coyote head on the left flat of the receiver and a pair of full-figured coyotes on the right. The .243 Winchester version shows a single pronghorn antelope head against a background of rolling hills on the left side of the receiver, and a full-figured pair on the prairie on the right. The .308 Winchester rifle depicts a majestic bull elk in a mountain setting on its left, and a grazing pair on its right flat.

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Henry has added .30-30 Win and .38 SPL/.357 Magnum models to their line of single shot rifles. Henry Repeating Arms

Henry added .30-30 Win and .38 SPL/.357 Magnum to their line of single shot rifles, with both calibers available with blued steel receivers with round 22-inch barrels and walnut furniture.

Fans of hardened brass can pick up a single shot in .357. Blued steel receivers are priced at $448, while brass models retail for $576.

The youth-sized firearm offerings have also been expanded, with the inclusion of a Youth variant in both their Single Shot rifle and shotgun series. Until now, Henry’s youth-sized offerings only came in rimfire chambered in .22LR. The new youth models are perfect for deer and small game, available in .243 Win and 20 gauge, respectively. Length of pull on both is one-inch shorter than standard models, to help small-statured shooters enjoy a better fit. Both models are finished with blued steel and American walnut stocks. MSRP: $448.