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That's an M6 Scout. I have one in .22LR and .410. Mine doesn't have that crap wrapped around the barrels though.
Roadblock - the point of the Henry Survival is to add an under 2lbs small game rifle to a pack that is there for survival emergency use. By making it very small break-down, ultra-light weight and using small, light weight ammunition, it can be a standard part of a survival kit.
As the sayings go, a .22 in the pack is better than a .30 cal in the truck.
I have a Charter Arms Ar7 which is the previous incarnation of the Henry. It's a great concept but it jams all the time. I just recently bought a Marlin Papoose and would recommend it over the Henry any day. It never jams, is much more accurate and packs into a floatable case.
question about the Henry .22 survival rifle. When its all broken down. if you have it in a pack, or in a large coat pocket, ect. is that considered concealed carry?