Originally Posted by surplus-addict
That would be the original Arma-lite and Charter Arms rifles. Low quality control, and cheap material.
Henry now makes an awesome AR-7, which doesn't jam much at all (not any more than an actual AR-15), is accurate, and is made to a very high standard with quality material.
I personally like the rifle, except for the fact that magazines are expensive and nobody makes reliable hi-caps for them.
I got rid of my Henry AR-7 because, it was a POS. I hate parting with .22lrs but, the Henry is the only one which I never had any sellers remorse after parting with it. Hell, I got rid of that and still have a few RG revolvers. That should tell you something.
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