Semi-automatic portable rifle that weighs a mere 3-1/2 pounds and measures in at 16-1/2" long when broken down and stowed in its waterproof stock. US Air Force pilots have been toting AR-7s since 1959, keeping them tidily stowed in cargo compartments, ready for easy access should they need to punch out over a remote area Bear Grylls-style. Well, Bear Grylls-style if Bear Grylls didn't have the TV crews and alleged 5-star hotels on deck the moment the cameras stop rolling. Henry forges its Survival AR-7 barrels from steel, and then covers them in ABS plastic. Both barrel and receiver are also coated in Teflon for complete corrosion protection in harsh environments, such as sand and salt water. The rifle's engineered design promises perfect balance and consistent tack-driving accuracy over the course of thousands of rounds. Henry US Survival AR-7 models come in Black ($275) and Camo ($339.95) finishes. Both have adjustable rear sight and a blade front sight.