Okay, I guess I am the odd man out..But what I have seen of the Henry's..both rim & centerfire..leaves alot to be desired. It seems the Henry folk are trying to live off credit from the famous Henry rifle of the 1860's..that rifle was manufactured by the New Haven Arms Company. B. Tyler Henry developed the .44 rimfire ctg. that bore his name (and was honored by having the later Winchester company stamp an H in the head of their .22 rimfire cases).
The ones I have seen have inletting that looks like a 6th grade shop class dropout did it..I could actually see light right through between stock & action metal! No thanks..I'll pass.