It’s actually been in production since 1959, but Henry Repeating Arms has given the classic shooter improved portability with a collapsing design that stores all of the disassembled components inside its waterproof plastic stock. Available in black or camo finishes for $US275, the AR-7 also uses an eight-round .22 LR calibre magazine so you can carry a large amount of ammo without adding a lot of weight to your kit. And, most importantly, it can be easily assembled on the spot without any additional tools. Perfect for those times when a deadly rabbit is unexpectedly bearing down on you.
Hide An Entire Rifle Inside Its Waterproof Stock
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