yeah i've been looking at that henry. I dont really go camping all that much but for the price, every time i go to the range i can pop out a hundred rounds to keep up and up on it. and just throw it in the pack when i go. 2.5lbs and 16" length!
once the thing is packed back up in the buttstock, is there any amount of space left to throw in some fishing line/hooks maybe a bic lighter and a few more rounds of ammo? or there is just no space.
All due respect I cannot consider a 22 a survival rifle. Better than nothing it might be. Fun rifle for plinking most definitely. I own several.
Minimum would have to be a 223. If a full length rifle is a problem then i would much rather have a minimum 357 6 in barrel in a shoulder holster. I know guys that hunt with them.
Still powerfull enough to stop a critter that means you harm...including people critters. Barrel long enough to have a decent accuracy for hunting and feeding yourself. Cheap enough to be in most peoples cost range.
But then thats just my opinion.
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