Continuing on with their outside-the-box expansion program, Henry is taking their lever actions in another new direction for those who like their small-gauge shotgunning to be done through a quick-handling platform they're familiar with in rimfire and centerfire versions already used in the field. If you know Henry's lever actions, you'll be right at home with this small-game-getters. There are times and places where a 20 or a 12 is just too much gun, and for those times and places, the .410 may be the ideal way to go.
This lever action based on Henry's blued steel-framed .45-70 Lever Action, with five-shot tube-loading magazines chambered for 2.5" shells only, dark straight-grained American walnut furniture, pistol grip wrists, checkering fore and aft, sling swivel studs, and a good thick non-slip ventilated black rubber recoil pad at the rear.
The H018-410 is the long version, with a 24" round blued barrel, removable factory installed invector style full choke and large front brass bead, with no rear sight. This one provides slightly longer practical ranges with its barrel length, along with additional choke options you can buy separately.
Whether you're in the camp that regards the .410 as a beginner's gauge or the camp that considers it a specialist's gauge, Henry has got you covered with this simplistic, rugged, and a great forager for survival. It'll fit right in among your other prized Henry lever actions.
- Caliber: .410 Bore
- Barrel Length: 24"
- Overall Length: 44.5"
- Chamber Length: 2-1/2"
- Capacity: 5 Rounds
- Barrel Type: Round Blued Steel
- Receiver Finish: Blued Steel
- Rear Sight: None
- Front Sight: Brass Bead
- Scopeability: Drilled and Tapped
- Stock Material: American Walnut
- Buttplate/Pad: Black Ventilated Rubber Recoil Pad
- Length of Pull: 14"
- Safety: Transfer Bar
- Weight: 7.54 lbs.
|Small Description||, Henry is taking their lever actions in another new direction for those who like their small-gauge shotgunning to be done through a quick-handling platform they're familiar with in rimfire and centerfire versions already used in the field.|