U.S. Air Force pilots who require a reliable small-caliber rifle in case of a punch out over an isolated area have turned to the Henry Repeating U.S. Survival AR-7 Rifle. The AR-7 has earned a name for itself in the civilian sector thanks to its portability, simplicity of use, and dependability. It is still widely used by the Air Force, but these days it is also favored by bush pilots, backpackers, and backcountry adventurers who need a rifle that is compact and accurate enough to take down small game with ease. This modern semiautomatic version of the classic Henry Repeating U.S. Survival Rifle shares its forebear’s portability and light weight (3.5 lbs). When collapsed, it only measures 16.5 inches in length, making it simple to transport via plane, boat, or even a backpack. Its.22 LR chamber allows you to pack a lot of rounds without sacrificing portability. After disassembly, the components can be stored within the stock’s protective barriers against water and impact. The receiver and the stock are simply attached to one another, the barrel is inserted, and the nut is tightened. The Henry Repeating U.S. Survival AR-7 can be loaded and ready to go in just a few seconds, without the need for any tools. It has an ABS plastic barrel that is coated to prevent corrosion and is affixed to a steel receiver. In spite of firing thousands of rounds, it will still hit its Henry Repeating with pin-point precision because of how it was designed. An alterable rear sight and a blade front Henry Repeating are standard on all models.