I've pretty much decided that I have to have a .22 so I can go plinking without it costing a fortune and because there is a local range that is set up for rimfire and airguns only. And I don't have a single lever action in the house and that is, clearly, disgraceful. So, the Henry .22 lever action H001 is 100% US made, it has a Walnut stock which pleases this wood nut immensely. I'll probably go out tomorrow and try to negotiate with a local shop that kirock7 has recommended. Going price seems to be from $250 to $270 for a NIB rifle.
Any quick comments on this particular rifle? I'm not interested in Marlin, Remington, et. al. and have decided on Henry unless this particular rifle design is a lemon.