Henry News

January, 2022

Henry Introduces Long Ranger Express and Brass Axe .410

New Models 2022

RICE LAKE, WI, Jan. 17, 2022

Henry is pleased to introduce two new models to its expansive line of American-made firearms with the Long Ranger Express and the Brass Axe .410 Bore. These latest releases are a continuation of Henry Repeating Arms’ focus on customer feedback-driven product development.

The new Henry Long Ranger Express, chambered in .223 Rem/5.56 NATO, is a versatile, quick-handling carbine with a feature set aimed at property defense, predator hunting, and varmint control. The black anodized aerospace-grade aluminum receiver is factory mounted with a Picatinny rail for use with optics and accepts a 5-round steel-bodied detachable magazine. The 16.5” blued steel sporter barrel is threaded for use with a suppressor or other muzzle device and keeps the overall length down for maneuverability. The weather-resistant laminate furniture set features sling swivel studs and a solid rubber recoil pad. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price is $1,235.

First introduced in 2019, Henry’s Axe .410 is a lever action firearm featuring a 5-round capacity of 2 ½-inch .410 shells, a side loading gate, and its namesake “axe handle” grip. The new Brass Axe .410 features a polished hardened brass receiver and forend cap, genuine American walnut furniture, and a blued steel 15.14-inch barrel bringing the overall length to 26.4 inches. The barrel is threaded for Invector style choke tubes with a Full choke included. The Brass Axe .410 is not regulated under the National Firearms Act and does not require a tax stamp to purchase, but other state or local classifications may restrict ownership. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price is $1,132.