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Henry U.S. Survival AR-7

Henry Rifles has released a new addition to their line of survival rifles with the U.S. Survival AR-7, a fully stowable .22 LR rifle. The AR-7 is perfect for bush pilots, backpackers, and backcountry adventures that want a reliable rifle that is easy to carry.

Like the original Henry US Survival Rifle, the latest take on this semi-automatic rifle is lightweight (just 3.5 lbs) and highly portable. At just 16 ½” long (when all the components are stowed), it fits easily into the cargo area of a plane or boat or in a backpack. And because it's chambered in .22LR you can carry a large quantity of ammunition, without adding much weight to your gear.

When disassembled, the pieces fit inside the impact-resistant, waterproof stock, which will float should it take a trip overboard. Assembly is as easy as attaching the receiver to the stock, inserting the barrel and screwing on the barrel nut. In just a few seconds, without the need for any tools, the Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 is ready for action.

The Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 comes standard with a sturdy steel barrel covered in tough ABS plastic and then coated with Teflon for complete protection against corrosion. Plus, it's engineered for balance and the ability to maintain its tack-driving accuracy.

U.S. Survival AR-7 – Black
Action Type: Semi-automatic
Caliber: .22 LR
Capacity: 8 round magazine (comes with 2)
Length: 35″ assembled, 16.5″: when stowed
Weight: 3.5 lbs.
Stock: ABS Plastic
Sights: Adjustable rear, blade front
Finish: Teflon coated receiver and coated steel barrel

The Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 is available in Black and Camo finishes. All models are equipped with an adjustable rear sight and a blade front sight. The U.S. Survival AR-7 is $275 (black) and $339 (camo) for more information and where to order visit Henry Rifles HERE.

7 responses to “Henry U.S. Survival AR-7”

  1. Jarhead1987 says:

    I remember when Charter Arms first came out with this rifle. Very well built back then.

    Very pratical in design with the exception of the plastic front sight.

  2. Colin says:

    I would love to get this but am sure it would be illegal in New Jersey 🙁

  3. Donald Foerch says:

    I bought my first new AR-7 in the middle 70s for $75.00. Bought my second one for $275

  4. Kessog says:

    I had a Charter Arms AR-7 in the 80’s. The barrel had a slight bow to it but shot well anyway. Even had a scope mount for it and a 30 round donkey d*ck. Fun shooter.

  5. Rory says:

    I wonder if Henry has fixed the occational troubles with the magazines. In the past the carbine would jam from feeding problems. I do like the look of the newest incarnation of the AR-7!

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