Henry Introduces Long Ranger Express and Brass Axe .410
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.