Henry Repeating Arms enters Cody Firearms Museum Collector’s Series

From L to R: David Miles, President of Baron Engraving; Ashley Hlebinsky, Curator of Cody Firearms Museum; Bryan Tucker, CEO of Davidson’s. (Photo: Henry Repeating Arms)

Henry Repeating Arms becomes the first offering to enter the Cody Firearms Museum Collector’s Series, delivering an elegantly engraved rifle to collectors.

The Henry Repeating Arms rifle is based on the Golden Boy platform and is engraved by Baron Engraving of Trumbull, Connecticut. Distributed by Davidson’s, the rifle’s engraving is based on the Samuel Hoggson factory engraved 1860s Henry rifle on display at the Cody Firearms Museum.

The lever action rifle features an embellished receiver cover boasting a large grape leaf motif showcased on the front panel. A leafy scroll pattern decorates the main panel. The top tang features the words, “Cody Firearms Museum Collectors Series.” Built with American Walnut furniture, the Golden Boy utilizes a blued steel octagonal barrel. The first 1,000 rifles will be serialized 2019CFM0001 – 2019CFM1000.

The intricate engraving on the Henry rifle. (Photo: Henry Repeating Arms)

The Collector’s Series presented by the Cody Firearms Museum allows the general gun owning public to own collectible guns honoring pieces in its collection.

“The Cody Firearms Museum is a must-visit for anyone interested in firearms or American history. It’s truly an astonishing collection and we’re very proud that we’re able to be a part of this new Collector’s Series.” Anthony Imperato, President of Henry Repeating Arms, said in a news release. “Firearms play such an integral role in our nation’s history and anything we’re going to jump at any opportunity to ensure that this collection stays around for more generations to enjoy.”

The sleek, collectible .22LR rifles will be available through Davidson’s to both retailers and the general public.

Thee engravings were done by Baron Engraving. (Photo: Henry Repeating Arms)

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