Two New Henry Shotguns And A Single Shot Rifle For 2017

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Following Henry’s successful attempt at a world record 1,000 man shoot they have announced the introduction of a slew of firearms that should excite many shooters. After all, lever action shotguns are commonplace in some parts of the world; they are considered fascinating in the United States.

The most exciting introduction is the lever action .410 shotgun. Sure, it would be great if they had offered other chamberings as well, but it is a step in the right direction for lever action shotgun lovers. It appears that the new scattergun is built on a Big Boy style action, sadly I couldn’t find a great picture to confirm this. It appears that prices will start at $902 and will go up from there.

In addition to the lever action .410, Henry has also announced there will be a single shot option for those looking for a light, compact shotgun. Since the Pardner series was discontinued a while back there hasn’t been much on the market in the way of single shot long guns. The new shotguns will be offered in 12 gauge, 20 gauge, and .410. MSRP will start at $427 for the steel and $549 for the brass models.

Lastly, Henry will be utilizing the same single shot action to produce rifles chambered in .308, .223, .45-70, .44 Mag, and .243. The rifles will carry an MSRP that is identical to their shotgun siblings and will be offered in many of the same configurations. I suspect that the shotguns and rifles are of the same design as the NEF guns I mentioned earlier, we will have to wait to put our hands on them before we can make that determination.

Click HERE to visit the Henry Repeating Arms website to learn more. Start the video at the 19:30 mark to see the new firearms.



Patrick R

Patrick is a Senior Writer for The Firearm Blog and works in the shooting sports industry. He is an avid recreational shooter and a verified gun nerd. With a lifelong passion for shooting, he has a love for all types of firearms, especially handguns and the AR-15 platform. Patrick may be contacted at tfbpatrick@gmail.com.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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  • Tassiebush

    Gee the brass receiver single barrel shotgun was gorgeous!

  • FulMetlJakit

    Love Henry and love their new models and their community involvement.
    Hate that because they are an American company making products in America, the “American” companies that pay me and the “American” companies that bill me each month make acquiring one a dream.
    For now, at least. Looking forward to being able to pen my short story; “A Christmas Story II – My dad’s .45-70”

  • Gusto

    Will the single shot rifle and shotgun
    Have interchangable barrels? A la ts encore?

  • Bradley

    So they are making nef/h&r copies and selling them for three times the price? Sweet!

    • Paul White

      yeah I was so damn happy till that MSRP registered. I liked the NEF guns but not at 500+ bucks. Get ’em down to 200-250 and we’ll talk…although if street prices arem ore in the 300 range I *might* look at them.

  • JustAHologram

    Well affordable single shot shotguns

  • Bub

    I wouldn’t mind having one as a truck gun for the farm. The big question would be what caliber? I typically carry around an AR15, but does .223 make sense in a single shot? .308 might be better just not sure. The only problem with an AR as a truck gun is they take up a lot of space. A single shot would solve that problem.

  • Rimfire

    Hard to get past the high MSRP of a single shot firearm, $427-549? Plenty of used NEF’s out there in the market, or the Rossi ones.
    I recall that Winchester and Marlin both offered a .410 levergun, Win in the M-9410 and Marlin on the 336 chassis. Nothing to see here, move along and shop wisely,lol

  • Victor

    All I want is a loading gate. Is that too much to ask??

    • Amen!

    • HenryV

      I want a pistol grip option on the pistol calibre ones too. I share your frustration. 😉

  • HenryV

    I am glad there is going to be .44mag version. Our club range is handgun rounds only. It will make a change. We don’t have many options here.