Henry Golden Boy Military Service Tribute Edition

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Henry Repeating Arms has put together a beautiful special edition of their Golden Boy lever action. A portion of the proceeds from the sale will be given to the The American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Wounded Warrior Project and the Fisher House for military families.

Gold Plating on reciver.
The seals of the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard
Specifications
Action type Lever action repeater
Caliber .22 Short, Long and Long Rifle
Capacity 16 rounds of .22LR
Barrel length 20″
Overall length 38 1/2″
Weight 6.75 lbs.
Stock American Walnut
Sights Adjustable Buckhorn rear, beaded front

I am not sure what the retail price will be.

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  • jdun1911

    Level action rifle are a blast to shoot. I’ve been leeching off my friends level action cowboy guns over the years due to the simple fact that I don’t own any. That’s going to change next year when I get a Henry .22lr level action rifle and maybe a .22lr cowboy wheel gun. Fun fun fun.

  • Shankbone

    I appreciate the sentiment, but does it have to look like one of those kitschy commerative knives you see avertised in just about every hunting and fishing rag. “Henry Golden Boy Millitary Service Tribute Edition: Just 20 easy payments of $19.95 a month!”

  • John K.

    I agree. Lever action guns rock.

  • Charles King

    I just picked up My two from my dealer and they are Wonderful. One is For my dad a Vietna mVet and one is for my self a iraq War vet. I am very happy with the styling. They did a jam up good job on honoring the veterans and not making it too crazy. The wood on these guns is second to none, I am always shoked by the quality of wood that the Henry company puts their hands on. Well worth the price for this little gun. It is no $10,000 gun but a very beautiful and affordable tribute for any Veteran. Go buy one for your Vet today!

    • http://www.thefirearmblog.com Steve

      Charles, thanks for the report.

  • Dave

    I bought one of these as I’m a 100% rated disabled veteran. These are beautiful and a great tribute to all veterans. I won’t shoot this as I have so many other firearms but it’s nice to find something like this and hand it down as an heirloom to my son someday.

  • Barbara

    Are these rifles even available any more? I was told they are too hard to find when I started to shop for one…
    Any ideas? Thanks much…