Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial
Tribute Edition Golden Boy
Commemorating Two National Treasures
|Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Edition Golden Boy|
|Action Type||Lever Action Repeating|
|Capacity||16 rounds .22 LR, 21 rounds .22 Short|
|Sights||Marbles fully adjustable Semi-Buckhorn rear, with reversible white diamond insert and brass beaded front sight|
|Finish||Brasslite receiver, brass buttplate and blued barrel and and metal barrel band|
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I received my gun and let me tell you pictures in your catalogue do not do it justice. Abraham Lincoln would have been proud to own this gun, and to top it off it is made right here in the good old USA. You guys rock!!!!!!!!!!! you sent serial number 10 to me, you do not know how much this means to me. some talk about service I talk about henrys extreme customer service. Even if you stole it from the ausies you perfected it here. The gun store I go to, which by the way was mobbed. I couldn?t tell people enough about you guys at Henry rifles. I now own 5 of your rifles and look forward to the deluxe 2 in may. Then I will send a family picture to post on the web; after all a family is not a family without a few Henry
In celebration and recognition of the birth of Abraham Lincoln, the Henry Repeating Arms Company is pleased to present the Lincoln Bicentennial Tribute Golden Boy Rifle. This rifle is produced in a limited run to commemorate one of the world's most revered Americans.
The Henry Repeating Rifle was chosen and licensed by the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission for several reasons. All Henry Rifles are authentically produced, assembled and engraved in The United States by American craftsmen. The Henry Rifle is known for it's reliability, accuracy and value as well as having the smoothest engineered actions in the land. The Henry Rifle is an historic piece of Americana.
President Lincoln's engraved Henry rifle, serial number 6, is one of the Smithsonian Institution's great treasures. The frame and buttplate are plated in gold; the stock is of lustrous rosewood. The President was intrigued by firearms and was a competent marksman.