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Henry AR-7 clone

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by LAR-15, Feb 11, 2008.

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  1. LAR-15

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  2. Shadan7

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    Dunno about the Henry . . . but I had one of the earlier versions for a long time when I was a kid. A lot to be said for it. That, and a couple boxes of .22 could keep meat on the table/over the campfire for a long time.
     
  3. gunnerh

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    I had one in the early 70's when I was backpacking and canoeing a lot. Worked great,light and it even floats. When I when to a bigger boat I when to a Savage 24 in .22lr/20ga wish I had kept both guns.
     
  4. gazpacho

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    For its intended purpose, yes.

    I like the M6 Scout better.
     
  5. Mikebnice

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    I have one and I like it:)
     
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