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Henry Repeating Arms Mini Bolt H005 .22 LR

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This gun is light, and its fiber-optic sights are the easiest to see and use of those tested. The flat bolt handle is easy to grasp and use, and the pull weight to cock the bolt is reasonable. The 1.5-pound trigger pull was fairly clean and consistent.

Henry Repeating Arms Mini Bolt H005 .22 LR

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The Williams Fire Sights offered a one filament in front. However, the front sight wasn't hooded, which exposed the filament to injury. The leading tip of ours broke off.
The bolt handle was a spoon-shaped European style, and it was surprisingly easy to operate. It took only 1 pound of upward force to unlock the bolt.

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