It Comes Apart
Why is the AR 7 Survival Rifle or US survival rifle as it is also called, such a popular choice for many Americans today?
I think it may be because of several reasons, but for me personally, I like that it comes apart for easy carrying and also for concealment purposes.
You never know when it may become illegal to own a firearm of any kind and the fact that you can take it apart and stuff it in a bug out bag, makes this rifle a great weapon for emergencies.
Several Unique Features of the Henry’s Survival Rifle:
- Ideal for All Outdoorsmen
- It is modeled after the US Air Force AR-7
- It is compact, making it a perfect choice as a survival weapon to add to a pack or wilderness kit.
- ultra-lightweight, weighing in at a scant 2.5 pounds
- breaks down easily into three pieces in seconds
- No tools are needed to assemble or disassemble.
- Only 16 inches long once disassembled
- The barrel, action and two 8-round magazines fit comfortably into the tough ABS synthetic waterproof stock
The entire receiver is also coated in Teflon, making the Henry U.S. Survival rifle the most weather-resistant of any AR-7 ever made. As an added feature, the receiver rib is now grooved for easy installation of a scope. The rifle is capable of feeding both standard and high velocity .22 Long Rifle ammunition. Available in black, silver or camouflage finishes.
Happy Owners of the Henry’s AR 7 Survival Rifle
I just purchased two Henry Survival Rifles, one for my Grandson and one for myself. I am amazed how accurate that rifle shoots at 40 yards. Thanks for a cool little gun.
James O’dea Oxford, MI
i always thought .22’s were useless to me until i saw the US AR 7 Survival Rifle then i thought that gun was so cool. i bought it and it is my favorite gun!!! it is the most accurate gun i own. it is so easy to clean and take care of and it has the best features to offer. i see no faws in the design of the gun, but i would like to see an optional larger clip for it though.
Matt Clements Zeeland, MI
I’m a firearms instructor for the Providence Police, Providence, RI I spent almost six months out of the year on the range training officers.
I’ve been involved in shooting sports since I was a Boy Scout. Lets just say it was a long time ago. Shooting a .22 LR is something I haven’t done in a long time. Most of my time is on a bolt gun or an M-4. That’s work.
I saw the Henry Ad and became intrigued. Yes, I bought one. The Golden Boy. I have to tell you my afternoons have become less boring. We run three lines a day for the officer to qualify. My partner and I now gulp our lunches down to plink with the Golden Boy before the next line comes in to “qual”.
I’m thinking of picking up the Survival Gun to throw in my ruck when I take the kids up north to Maine.
Frank Moody Providence, RI
(testimonials courtesy of Henrys Repeating Arms Co.)