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Rifle Disassembles, Stores Entirely In Waterproof Stock

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This is a new model of Henry Repeating Arms .22-caliber AR-7 that can be disassembled and stored in its waterproof buttstock. And speaking of buttstocks *shakin' that ass with a knee-high wedged between buttcheeks* "GW? That's a buttsock." I love puns! You think if I drew ears on my cheeks I could pass for an elephant? The rifle only costs $270, which, from a guy who knows nothing about gun prices except what he's learned from video games, seems pretty decent. Sure a .22 doesn't really have that much stopping power, but let's not kid ourselves, you weren't gonna hit whatever you were aiming for anyways. Your best bet is hoping the BANG scared it off.

Thanks to mandrake, who prefers a good ol' fashioned battle-axe to ranged weapons because...actually, I don't know why. Maybe he was a dwarf-warrior in a previous life.

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  • popuptarget

    James Bond used one in 1963's From Russia With Love.

  • Allan Forrest

    I think it would be better to have gun that looks like a camera.

  • Extremely old, GW! But a neat rifle for a good price.

    Also, you went full retard when you said "stopping power".

  • Trolololololololol

    are you all fucking retarded? do you know how to read? sure the gun has always been able to be stored in it's own stock. It hasn't always been a waterproof stock.

  • What, what, in the butt.

  • Am I the only one that was disappointed that this wasn't a gun that stored a smaller gun inside of it? It could be like Russian nesting dolls but with tinier and tinier bullets.

  • OldPerson0293

    Originally designed by Armalite, about 1958, produced by Charter arms for several years. Henry has been building them since 1997.

  • Meh, like they said, it's old news, these kinds of things have been around for a while. Not really the greatest thing for hunting because every time you take the gun apart and put it together, you will be changing the aim just a little bit. Maybe not much, but if you depend on it for food, every little bit counts.

    Great for someone who doesn't have a lot of room but wants something to take to the range for plinking. Probably really easy to transport via motorcycle too

  • This is old news. This thing is older than my Dad.

  • Yeah, this gun has always been able to do that

  • Where's the story, this kind of Henry rifle has been around for at least 40 years.

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