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H014S-308 – Long Ranger with Sights .308



There’s never been a better time to be a Henry fan and a hunter. Over the past two decades, Henry's offerings have swelled to over 150 different models including shotguns and high-power rifle calibers. Whether it’s quail, squirrel, or elk Henry now has a firearm that will take on just about any season you choose. Versatility is a huge aspect to consider when purchasing a new firearm for hunting, and the Henry Long Ranger in .308 is about as versatile as it gets.

Why .308 Winchester?

The .308 Winchester cartridge may not have the lengthy pedigree of something like .30-30, but its rather meteoric rise to widespread success since its introduction in 1952 certainly wasn't a mistake or a fluke. It's probably the most popular hunting cartridge in America right now, and that's likely due to its sheer versatility. From wild hogs to whitetail deer and everything in between you could do much worse than .308. For beginners that don't want to purchase specialized firearms for every different season, or for seasoned deer camp veterans, this fine cartridge fits the bill and then some.

What do you think?

  • Edmiller634
    October 19, 2018

    Just bought the Long Ranger, what a beautiful gun, Heny did an awesome job on this weapon.

    • robbear
      October 19, 2018

      Very pleased with mine, too! Great balance – flat, fast, smooth – what’s not to like! Does a job on the coyotes – expect the same on the feral hogs.

  • gary66mac
    October 19, 2018

    like the looks of your 308 in long ranger and will be waiting for mine with a scope mounted. very nice.

    October 19, 2018

    Excellent Henry’s. Keep doing what you are doing.

  • barkerrex
    October 19, 2018

    308 now your talking . finally a gun that will reach out and touch somebody . I will be looking further into that rifle ..
    Thank You :
    Rex Barker

  • co1orgreen
    October 19, 2018

    Make it in .358, sakes!

    October 19, 2018

    If it had a bigger mag at least 10 rounds I would buy one.

  • JHOULE73
    October 19, 2018

    Make the Long Ranger in 358 WIN. and I will buy one.

  • jchendo
    October 19, 2018

    i want a .243 or 25-06 in this model with a 24 inch barrell

    • luv2fshokc
      October 19, 2018

      I would like to see this in 243. I love that round for white tail!

  • Hurley40403
    October 19, 2018

    It’s a shame that rifle cost that much. And for some reason when I think of Lever action rifle I think of Winchester.
    I live in Kentucky. I have never seen anyone with a Henry rifle. That name does not even stand out to much at all. I think if Henry going to make it in today’s market place they need to rethink the price on their rifles. If not they are going to die out like a Dinosaur.

    • qqqk1994
      October 19, 2018

      799 shipped

    • slbin03
      October 19, 2018

      Hurley, I think this will be the oldest dinosaur of all time 🙂

    • mudly43
      October 20, 2018

      Ya, that’s what my great, great grandfather said.

  • rmerriss2125
    October 19, 2018

    Henry rifles are the best. For saving and shooting. I have a golden boy and regular 22 mags. Next is a 308, or 44 mag.

  • rjme1944
    October 19, 2018

    Love it….next chapter ……make it in a Golden Boy !

  • robltessier
    October 19, 2018

    I like the look of the Long ranger.

    October 19, 2018

    Great magazine: informative, entertaining and easily accessible. Thank you!!

  • ggholt
    October 19, 2018

    That Long Ranger with sights is so sweet! Boy would that be nice in stainless steel with peep sights, it’d work great in SE Alaska and the rain.
    I would add an XS peep or similar rearward peep sight because of my older eyes.

    All your rifles are really nice! Great products!

    Glen Holt, retired forester/biologist/big game guide in Alaska.

  • brennanrjohn
    October 19, 2018

    Like the Long Ranger however would prefer a 22″ barrel option

  • john
    October 19, 2018

    Any chance the Long Ranger will be chambered soon for other cartridges? I would like to see it in 7mm-08 Rem., but 6.5 Creedmore & .338 Federal would also be interesting.

    • brownmel
      October 19, 2018

      Chambered in .338 Federal would be near perfect for my needs .

  • captbrrj
    October 19, 2018

    I’m going to get me one count on it

  • darrentaylor.dt80
    October 19, 2018

    Nice rifle! One question. Can i get it with the pistol grip stock?

  • jesse9064
    October 19, 2018

    H014S-308 – Long Ranger , what other calibers is it available , maybe in 6.5 g, or 244 v

  • Rkj69
    October 19, 2018

    I agree and reload.Ive shot 30 06,308,25 35 30 30 223,my best around caliber most veistol bullit weight,style,is 308,hands doneincluding Elk.

  • robert6588
    October 19, 2018

    Henry makes awesome rifles. Unfortunately, I simply do not agree with some who say that the rifles are pricey. I own three and looking at number four. If one compares apples to apples, Henry is very competitive on pricing and in some cases somewhat lower than the other brands. With that being said, there are some areas that could be improved but that is true with any company and product. As to the Long Ranger, I have been looking into the 243 caliber. The only drawback that I find is some are concerned with the bolt travel rearward. I haven’t inspected the rifle up close and personal as of this time. Henry’s customer service is top notch, or at least in my experience. Henry may not be for everybody and that is o.k., there are many brands to select from if that is the case. I do strongly suggest that anyone looking at a Henry, to not confuse the suggested retail price with the actual selling price at an authorized dealer.
    Keep up the great work Henry Repeating Arms Company. I do look forward to many more years of service and products. I love my three Henry’s !!!

  • winborn
    October 19, 2018

    Can you order a 308 cal. with a 22 inch octagon barrel ?
    thank you
    Greg W.

  • bennieandkay
    October 19, 2018

    Still trying to find a HO15 Henry 308 Single Shot!!!!!!!! Please help!

    • qqqk1994
      October 19, 2018

      Saw a single shot on armslist in Wausau not long ago. Good luck.

  • qqqk1994
    October 19, 2018

    Haven’t yet gotten the accuracy out of my Long Ranger which I get with my Rem700, but I’m praying and practicing that the rifle and/or I come around. Love my Henrys.

  • stanley_giles
    October 19, 2018

    I would love to have the HO14-308 but just can’t afford it That’s the Gun a person or I would go around showing it off to all my friends thanks for sharing it

  • captdancarrales
    October 19, 2018

    I’m going to buy me a 308 long ranger to add to my collection of henry’s! I started with a golden boy 22, a golden boy 22mag, a big boy 30/30 and a big boy 45-70.
    My plan is to own one of every Henry rifle made!!!
    So all my kids, 6 grandkids and 2 great grand kids and for the future great grandkids will enjoy one day!!!

    I can’t hardly wait for that day!!!

    Thank you and God Bless

  • Paila206
    October 20, 2018

    Like the 308; wonder if it will be chambered in 6.5 Creedmore?

    October 20, 2018

    on my want list !

  • hseely
    October 20, 2018

    I wish you could specify a caliber and choose all the rifles offered in that caliber. have trouble sorting through all your offerings to find a caliber I am interested in.

  • coraz61
    October 20, 2018

    Do you still have the John Wayne gun?

  • aitkentransport
    October 20, 2018

    .308 the best all rounder ever. Vietnam 1970 Australian Army. SLR issue 7.62mm in other words .308. What gets hit stays down. Makes the Armalite (5.562-.223) look like a pop gun.

  • st4429st
    October 20, 2018

    Would it be possible to get this with a 22 inch octagon barrel. Not a fan of sporter barrels. Love the gun otherwise.

  • oscarvfwcor
    October 20, 2018

    I had a 44 henry and 45 long colt, and a 32 which to day is a 32-20 looking for the 32. love henry’s

  • pdavis4570
    October 20, 2018

    I want one but the length of pull is tooooooooooooooooooooo long! For most people in a tee-shirt, it’s too long. Go out during hunting season all bundled up with long underwear, coat & scarf, and you’ll never be able to shoulder it well. Too bad you make such a nice rifle with such a serious design flaw. 13 1/4″ or even 13 1/2″ lop would be much better. Why do you think almost all military rifles from all over the world have a short lop? You are missing out on a huge market.

  • lundgwjp
    October 21, 2018

    I hope you get this in a 30 06 someday

  • Foxsl
    October 21, 2018

    Love my Long Ranger in .308. It does a great job on feral hogs. It is much more accurate than me🤪.

  • davidjelin_pt2
    October 21, 2018

    If “H014S-308 – Long Ranger with Sights .308” is with “sights” (since nothing is listed under “embellishments / extras”) where are they ?
    Perhaps the title, as under scopeability, should read “tapped for scope”.
    Being equipped with a scope, only sight option, makes a trunk or rack rifle take a bit more care for scope and mount protection when compared to the rest with mounted front and rear sights.

  • steveparkernm
    October 22, 2018

    I have the sighted long ranger in .308 and love it. I bought two extra mags because it makes it easier to carry than lose rounds.

  • burck
    October 22, 2018

    I wish that henry would consider adding 4 inches to the barrel length on the big boys. I suppose I could live with a 22″ barrel, but the 20’s are just too short. I like the All-weather option but wanted an oct barrel.

  • Somethingeasyone
    October 22, 2018

    How about chambering the rifle in all the different calibers based on the .308 case. Especially the 358

  • bigbluecar52
    October 22, 2018

    I believe this is a great idea. Browning tryed over 2o years ago and I had to have one. But it had lose parts and got scratched very easily. I never bought 1. Then the came out with the rubber tip 308 rounds for tube mags. A friend of mine had used them on his marlin 30-30. They performed well. But I wanted a true bolistic coefficient bullet.I think I just found everthing I’ve been looking for.

  • garry.gray
    October 23, 2018

    Need to make a .444 for hunting in Ohio. Just changed the law a couple years ago for some straight wall cartridges to be legal in Ohio and the .444 has the best ballistics.Hard to find this caliber anywhere because of this rule change.Henry quality in the .444 would be a hit!

  • newsomecattleranch
    October 24, 2018

    This is an awesome gun. really smooth. hogs it what im’ shootin. HEnry keep doin what yer doin.

    love this magazine too.


  • rncrost
    October 24, 2018

    Growing up as a young boy watching the rifleman, every Sunday morning, makes you a lever action rifle lover, forever. Watching the rifleman makes you want to grow so quickly so that you can go to the gun store and buy your own lever action rifle. I have a shooting range on my property and shoot all most every day and it doesn’t matter what kind of rifles I am shooting I always make sure that I have a Henry to shoot, because there is nothing better than a shooting a lever action rifle. I own four Henry’s and all of them are lever action and that is just not enough for my collection. There is one that I should of bought a very long time ago, but it is next on my list, and if it is a 22 Long rifle golden boy in silver. That is the most beautiful rifle that I ever seen. To me it is one of those rifles that you do not want to shoot you just want to show your family members and friends the rifle and say isn’t this the most beautiful rifle you ever seen and then just smile.

  • aggiesam1983
    October 27, 2018

    I love my Long Ranger in .308 Win and its smooth lever action. Just mounted my Vortex Viper scope on it and will be sighting it in for deer hunting. Keep up the awesomeness!

  • rnclinke
    November 2, 2018

    I have a Winchester model 94 big bore, in 307 cal. Do you make a lever action in 307 ? If so. what is the cost or if you don’t make one how much would it cost to have one built ? I want to own a Henry lever action and would like it to be in 307. My e mail address is Thank you Rudy Linke

  • chase.ted
    November 3, 2018

    I’ve been searching for a lever 308, open (iron) sights, and classic lever action asthetics but, I’m confused. The article is titled, “H014S-308 – Long Ranger with Sights .308”, BUT
    the picture of the rifle accompanying the article clearly has no sights, and
    the specs list:
    Rear Sight None
    Front Sight None
    Scopeability Drilled and Tapped

    Which is correct; the title, or the specifications for the model H014S-308?

  • Gerald.weathers
    November 19, 2018

    Great looking rifle. Please expand be calibers to .243, 6.5 Creedmoor.

  • kjelltruedsson
    March 10, 2019

    Hello, can I get a rifle that is 30-30 octagon barreled with some engraving walnut stock?
    Thank you

  • Edmillerj
    March 10, 2019

    I own the Henry 308, the gun is beautiful, I have 8 Henry’s all together, including the 410 shotgun, each one is a pleasure to shoot.
    Keep up the great job.
    I have already picked out my next one, it will be the 327 federal magnum.
    I’m so proud of my Henry collection

  • sylvamont
    March 14, 2019

    I got myself a long ranger in 308. Love the looks and the feel of the gun. I attached a 2-7×33 Redfield. The gun is accurate at 100 and 200 yards. Shooting 180 grain bullets. I can hit a pop can in a resting field position. Once I stretch the shot to 300 yards the bullet travels 10 ” or more to the right, with no wind holding dead on and compensating for elevation. I clean the gun after the shooting sessions … I know it could be all kinds of things that I am doing wrong, but if the chance of an elk shot at 300 or 400 yards going wrong with this gun I would like to know. I can always keep it as a whitetail, black tail, bear gun. Thank you.
    *We have two Henry’s at home … we like your American made products!!

  • Lussijac
    March 20, 2019

    Exact copy of browning