HENRY 2ND AMENDMENT TRIBUTE
HENRY 2ND AMENDMENT TRIBUTE

HENRY 2ND AMENDMENT TRIBUTE

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Product Information & Specs

Henry Tribute Editions are lever action rifles designed to commemorate organizations such as the Shriners Fraternal Order of Eagles and the military and other groups including American farmers truckers and coal miners. A Tribute Editions American walnut stock is typically laser etched or hand-painted to depict the institution it commemorates and its engraved receiver may be plated with 24K gold. Henry Tribute Editions are built on the Golden Boy or Big Boy platform and accordingly feature an octagonal blued steel barrel adjustable buckhorn sights and tubular magazine.

Details

Action Lever Action Rifle - Caliber .22 SLLR - Capacity 16 LR 21 S - Weight 6.75 lbs. - Overall Length 38.5 - Receiver Material Alloy - Barrel Type Octagon Blued Steel - Barrel Length 20 - Twist Rate 1 in 16 - Stock Material American Walnut - Length of Pull 14 - Rear Sight Semi-Buckhorn - Front Sight Brass Bead - EmbellishmentsExtras Receiver engraving with 24K gold plating. Gold Eagle 2nd Amendment scroll cold dead hands
SILVER FINISH

UPC 619835016386
Caliber 22 S/L/LR
Action LEVER ACTION
Capacity 16+122LR OR 21+122S ROUNDS
Barrel Length 20 BARREL
Weight 6.8 LBS.
Finish SILVER













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