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Take a step up to Grade II. The BL-22 is something that is often found on a wish list. You may ask why? Simply because it is the premier lever action 22 of all time. It gained this distinction for several reasons. Superb quality, solid function and the speed of 33-degree lever throw. The scroll engraved receiver, checkered walnut stock and the added touch of a classic Browning gold-colored trigger also set it apart. There are other lever-action 22 rimfire rifles available, but no other has the features, reliability, quality and accuracy of the BL-22.
All the features, fast. Speaking of fast and features, the highlight of the Grade I BL-22 is the short 33° lever throw that makes cycling faster for adults and easier for younger shooters. The easy to load tubular magazine holds any combination of 22 short, long and long rifle ammunition, all of which are on the menu for the BL-22. The magazine tube — once loaded — locks securely in place. The BL-22 features quality muzzle to butt that rivals other Browning firearms.
Steel receiver, very nice. From the machined steel receiver to the fit of the finely finished wood, these superb rifles are Browning’s through and through. Bring one along the next time you head into the field on a varmint hunt or just to roll a few tin cans.
This is no ordinary BLR. Your grandpa’s BLR was probably like many others; stored in a scabbard and used for hunting from a horse. This one isn’t. The Black Label Takedown is generally categorized as a scout rifle — a concept pioneered by Jeff Cooper. It is short, fast to the target and very effective. This BLR takes the concept a bit further by adding a full takedown feature, accessory rails, a flash hider and a short 16″ barrel (legal in all 50 states).
Take down in a second. The proven BLR takedown system lets you break down your BLR into two compact halves with the pull of a little takedown lever. Nothing more. BLR Takedown models are just as accurate and reliable as their unified counterparts but much easier to transport and store. The rifle is easily and quickly assembled without tools by simply sliding the barrel half into the receiver half and locking them together with the flip of a lever. The lever mechanically engages a stout locking lug into a recess in the bottom of the receiver.
The differences. The receiver is of aircraft grade aluminum with a Matte black finish. A 1913 scope rail is installed on the receiver which extends forward onto the barrel. Lot’s of room for optics and lots of choices for placement. It features a very compact 16” barrel featuring a Seekins Flash Hider attached with Suppressor ready threads. Black laminate; Satin finish stock and forearm and 1913 rails suitable for flashlights or lasers on both sides of the forearm. QD cups installed.
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With a timeless beauty that’s more than skin deep. The BLR Lightweight ’81 is ready and waiting to be your next lever-action hunting rifle. The gloss finish on the walnut straight grip stock contrasts beautifully with the deeply polished blue finish on the receiver and the barrel. This is what a serious lever-action rifle should be, and what every other lever-action wishes it was.
A few details about this model. You will need to look close in person, but when you do you’ll notice that the stock is sculpted from fine Walnut and the cut checkering in the grip and fore-end is crisply executed for lasting good looks and a more solid grip. The straight grip BLR stock is true to the classic lines of the lever action rifle and has a traditional carbine strap at the fore-end.
Nuances of select walnut. The stock has a deep, glossy finish that brings out every nuance of the wood’s warm color and grain. The well-formed recoil pad helps reduce felt recoil and flinching. Lastly, the steel sling swivel studs are pre-installed for easy mounting of your sling or bipod.
Timeless beauty that’s more than skin deep. The BLR Lightweight with Pistol Grip is ready and waiting to be your next lever-action hunting rifle. The gloss finish on the Walnut pistol grip stock contrasts beautifully with the deeply polished blue finish on the receiver and the barrel. The detachable box magazine allows it to be chambered for modern hunting calibers and it’s tapped for scope mounts to take full advantage of its range and accuracy. This is what a serious lever-action rifle should be, and what every other lever-action wishes it was.
Attention to detail. The barrel’s standard sights include a Low-Profile adjustable square notch rear sight and a high-visibility front blade with gold bead fitted on a raised ramp-style base. The pistol grip BLR stock is contoured for maximum comfort and the flared Schnabel fore-end tip adds a classic touch of style. The BLR’s stock has a deep, glossy finish that brings out every nuance of the wood’s warm color and grain. The well-formed recoil pad helps reduce felt recoil and flinching. Steel sling swivel studs are pre-installed for easy mounting of your sling or bipod.
The high grade of all Browning lever actions. Lever actions have a long history of beautiful embellishment. This right at the top fo the BLR list when it comes to elegance. It’s aircraft grade aluminum receiver with a nickel finish and high-relief engraving is truly exquisite.
It’s the details that count. Yes, it is drilled and tapped for scope mounts as you expect. And has a polished Stainless steel barrel with a precision crowned muzzle as you expect. The grade IV/V walnut stock and forearm are extraordinary . . . gloss finished to a mirror like reflection. Sharp cut checkered on the pistol grip and forearm too. And a rosewood fore-end cap and pistol grip cap with a silver spacer to finish it off.
Quality. Precision adjustable sights, a classic top quality recoil pad and our best sling swivel studs installed.
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Single barrel foldable rifle, extremely light for the most comfortable carry. A great gun for kids or adults.
Pulling the lever, it folds to its barrel length, perfect for backpacking! The stock can hold .22LR cartridges. The quad rail picatinny can fit your favourite accessories, like mounting optics.
The Henry Lever Action is a classic Western-style lever action rifle, and one of the most popular .22’s on the market today. The reason for its popularity is because it shoots great, looks great and is remarkably affordable – about half the price of the competition’s rifles.
The Henry Lever Action rifle features an extremely attractive American walnut stock, the quality of which can only be found on guns three times the price. The action is exceptionally smooth, so smooth many first timers remark that they cannot believe the rifle has any internal parts. You simply have to get one into your own two hands and cycle the action a few times to see for yourself.
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• Classic American craftsmanship
• Shiny Brasslite receiver
• Octagonal barrel with traditional buckhorn sights
• High-grade American walnut stock
• Tubular magazine
A golden example of classic American craftsmanship with Old-West-inspired embellishments and premium varmint-hunting performance. Its Brasslite receiver shines for a look that hews close to the stagecoach-defending original. Finely grained American walnut stock with a brass buttplate. The hefty, blued, octagonal barrel provides perfect balance for accurate off-hand shooting. Metal barrel band. Adjustable buckhorn-style rear sight and beaded front sight. Easy-to-load, tubular magazine.
From the Northwoods to the Texas hill country and in every deer camp and lodge in between, the .30-30 rifle remains the perennial choice of whitetail hunters. More than just another deer cartridge, the venerable .30-30 has been the king of deer calibers since the first rifle chambered in this ageless round was produced in 1894. In fact, it’s a safe bet that in the past century, no other round has put more antlers on the wall and venison in the freezer than the .30-30. So it only made sense that Henry, America’s most storied rifle maker, would produce a rifle chambered for this legendary caliber. This latest addition to our world-famous line of lever-action repeaters was built with the traditional deer hunter in mind. Like its predecessors, it’s both lightweight (just 7 to 8.3lbs.) and maneuverable (39″ long), – the perfect combination for hunting in dense timber and heavy brush.
Like every Henry rifle, it’s 100% American made, with its select American walnut stock and forearm, it is a masterpiece of finely crafted gunsmithing. The Henry H009 has a steel receiver and a round blued steel barrel that is machined with state of the art multiple groove rifling.
Built in the tradition of one of Marlin´s oldest lever-action designs, the Model 1894 is an elegant carbine chambered for pistol calibers. Its handy size is punctuated by a quick-pointing, straight-grip stock design and traditional Old West-styled adjustable semi-buckhorn sights. The Model 1894 is chambered for 44 Remington Mag/44 Special, with its superior knockdown capability. Featuring finely checkered American black walnut stocks and fore-ends.
With a Wild West Guns style big loop lever for easy deployment with gloves and a full-length tubular magazine offering six rounds of 45–70 Gov´t. firepower, this new rifle is big, fast-acting medicine in any neck of the woods. It features a two-tone brown laminate stock for enhanced weather resistance and distinctive looks.