Henry Repeating Arms celebrates 20th anniversary with auction (PHOTOS)

12/11/17 10:00 AM | by

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The special edition Big Boy .44 Magnum currently up for auction on Gunbroker. (Photo: Henry Repeating Arms)

Henry Repeating Arms celebrates its 20th anniversary, auctioning a series of special edition Big Boy .44 Magnum lever action rifles.

The series appears on GunBroker with proceeds going to several gun-related and wildlife focused organizations. Some of the groups listed include: Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation, Kids & Clays, National Rifle Association, National Shooting Sports Foundation, National Wild Turkey Federation, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, among others.

The rifle boast a hand-engraved brass receiver featuring Henry Arm’s motto, “Made in America or not made at all” paired with a presentation-grade, AAA American Walnut stock.

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The gun features an engraved brass receiver paired with an AAA American Walnut stock. (Photo: Henry Repeating Arms)

The first of the Big Boy auction guns, serialized 20Henry01, recently cleared over $25,000 with proceeds headed towards the Hunting Heritage Trust. The organization is directed at preserving hunting and shooting sports.

“I am beyond pleased that serial #1 was able to raise over $25,000 at auction. There was a bit of a bidding war at the end, and we’d like to congratulate and thank the winner for choosing to own such a special rifle,” Anthony Imperato, President of Henry Repeating Arms, said in a press release. “I think it surpassed everyone’s expectations, and it’s a good sign for what’s to come with the other 19 rifles in the series.”

Each rifle includes a special serial number with 20Henry02, 20henry03 and 20Henry04 now up for auction through Dec. 10.

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Each rifle features a special serial number. (Photo: Henry Repeating Arms)

The engraved brass receiver on the Big Boy. (Photo: Henry Repeating Arms)

The engraved brass receiver on the Big Boy. (Photo: Henry Repeating Arms)

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