Henry Repeating Arms introduces new lever action models in 6.5 Creedmoor, .22 S/L/LR
By Jacki Billings
The Henry American Eagle, top, and Long Ranger, bottom, are two new models released by Henry Repeating Arms in 2019. (Photo: Henry Repeating Arms)
Henry Repeating Arms adds new models into its lever action rifle inventory, offering a 6.5 Creedmoor Long Ranger rife and a .22 S/L/LR Henry American Eagle.
The Long Ranger lever action rifle boasts a 22-inch, free-floated blued steel sporter barrel with American walnut buttstock and forestock. The wood is checkered and capped with a rubber recoil pad on the rear while the forestock features a steel forestock cap on the front.
The Long Ranger does not offer an external safety, instead relying on an in-hammer sliding transfer bar safety. Henry says this set-up ensures the rifle will not fire unless the hammer is cocked and the trigger pulled. The rifle ships with a four-round box magazine that is released using a flush-mounted blackened steel magazine release button. The 6.5 Creedmoor Long Ranger rifle features a MSRP of $1,066.
The Henry American Eagle offers an engraved eagle on the stock. (Photo: Henry Repeating Arms)
The Henry American Eagle rifle follows the Long Ranger rifle into Henry’s lineup, bringing a .22 S/L/LR model to Henry Arms fans. The Henry American Eagle rifle is