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Henry Golden Boy Silver - 22 LR - H004S
Henry Golden Boy Silver - 22 LR - H004S
 
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Tech Specs at a Glance:

Caliber: 22 LR

Trigger: Set

Stock: Walnut / Nickel

Barrel Length: 20 in
Twist Rate: 1:16 RH

Total Length: 38.5 in
Weight: 6.75 lbs


Refer to the "Technical Info" tab below for additional specifications.

Our Price: $669.00
Sale Price: $629.00

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Description Technical Info
 

Henry Golden Boy Silver - 22 LR - H004S:
Plating in firearms began initially as a method of corrosion-proofing in the days of blackpowder ammunition at least 150 years ago. Gunpowder at the time was highly corrosive, and working guns lived hard lives. Later on, plating with precious metals also became more important as decorative methods of creating more elaborately-embellished special-order guns. Nickel was the first as the electro-plating process evolved, and with a long history of tradition it is still the most popular with its ability to maintain a long-lasting wear and tarnish-resistant finish. It also happens to stand out in a crowd, and that is exactly what the Golden Boy Silvers do.
Configured with octagon barrels, American walnut stocks, and fully adjustable Marbles semi-buckhorn sights, this beauty features a mirror-bright nickeled receiver cover you can shave in, matching barrel band and buttplate, and a gleam that will get you noticed proudly anywhere you shoot it.

Features & Design

  • Ammunition tube holds 16 rounds.
  • Blued Octagon barrel
  • Nickeled finish
  • Drilled and tapped for scope mounting
  • American walnut stock
  • Quarter cock safety
  • 14 inch length of pull
Bullet Caliber Descriptions

22 LR

Low cost, minimal recoil, and relatively low noise make the .22 LR an ideal cartridge for recreational shooting, initial firearms training, small-game hunting, and pest control. Used by Boy Scouts in the United States for the rifle shooting merit badge, the cartridge is popular among novice shooters and experts alike. The rimfire round is commonly packaged in boxes of 50 or 100 rounds, and is often sold by the brick, a carton containing either 10 boxes of 50 rounds or loose cartridges totalling 500 rounds, or the case containing 10 bricks totalling 5,000 rounds. 22 LR ammunition is among the least costly cartridge ammunition available. A wide variety of rimfire ammunition is available commercially, and the available ammunition varies widely both in price and performance.


Suggested Use

  • Predators
  • Small Game
  • Varmint

Performance

Bullet weights among commercially available ammunition range from 20 to 60 grains (1.3 to 3.9 g), and velocities vary from 575 to 1,750 fts (175 to 533 ms). Promotional loads for plinking can be purchased in bulk for significantly less cost than precision target rounds. The low cost of ammunition has a substantial effect on the popularity of the .22 LR. For this reason, rimfire cartridges are commonly used for target practice.

40-grain (2.6 g) lead: 1,082 ft/s (330 m/s) .22 LR subsonic

36-grain (2.3 g) copper plated lead: 1,328 ft/s (405 m/s) .22 LR high velocity

32-grain (2.1 g) copper plated lead: 1,640 ft/s (500 m/s) .22 LR hyper-velocity CCI Stinger.