Henry Repeating Arms Golden Boy Lever Action Rifle Rimfire .22 WMR 20.5″ Octagon Barrel 12 Rounds Semi-Buckhorn Rear Sight Walnut Stock Brasslite Receiver Blued Finish
The iconic Henry Repeating Arms Golden Boy is a western classic making it one of the most popular firearms on the market today. It shoots great, looks fantastic and is astonishingly affordable.
When you think of a Henry .22 caliber lever action the image you conjure up in your mind is the Henry Golden Boy! This firearm is a fixture ingrained into the very fabric of the American culture. The Golden Boy is a lightweight fully functional replica of lever action rifles commonly found on the American frontier. It features sharp looking Brasslite receiver, an American walnut stock, and an exceptionally smooth crisp action. This is a serious hunting rifle for the serious small game hunter. The long 20.5″ blued barrel is perfect for long range target shooting or hunting. It has an adjustable Semi-Buckhorn rear sight with a white diamond insert and a brass bead front sight for precision shot placement. If you’re walking the fields or tracking varmints the Golden Boy is the rifle you need. Bring home an American classic! Bring home a Henry
Guide to Safety Henry Repeating Arms Golden Boy:
One of your most critical responsibilities is to keep your weapon securely put away. It’s a profession that requires your whole attention. Always store your 45 c to f and ammo in separate, secure locations where children and other uninvited visitors cannot access them.
When not in use, keep your pistol secured and unloaded. Always keep your weapon secured and out of the hands of intruders. This is for your own and other people’s protection. Keep your gun secured, unloaded, and out of reach at all times. For additional information on how to maintain a warehouse safe, see the “Safe Storage and Transportation” section below.
Handling a Gun and Trigger Safely:
- Never assume that a gun is unloaded.
- No one should ever raise a gun at another person.
- Before pulling the trigger, be sure your finger is totally straight and not on the trigger.
- Load the rifle only when you’re ready to fire.
- Before loading and firing, make sure the barrel is clean of anything.
- If the gun does not fire when you pull the trigger, keep it in the firing position for a few seconds before gently emptying it while directing the muzzle away from yourself.