Henry Repeating Arms announced a new series of rifles that espouse the company’s views on patriotism and the United States of America. Called the Patriot Series, there are three guns that are part of the initial roll out. Two are based on the Golden Boy rifle, and the third is based on the Big Boy. The suggested retail pricing starts at $1,208.
Stand for the Flag Edition Golden Boy
This rimfire rifle features a polished nickel receiver with a bright, Cerakote overlay process that depicts the flag of the USA on both sides. The lever-action gun also has a painted image on the buttstock of a man standing for the national anthem with his hand over his heart.
The rifle fires .22 Short, .22 Long and .22 LR cartridges. The tubular magazine holds 16 .22 LR rounds and 21 shorts. The MSRP is $1,208 for this rifle.
God Bless America Edition Golden Boy
This rifle is largely the same as the above described gun. However, this rifle has a different motif. Engraved in the nickeled receiver of this gun are the words “Home of the Free Because of the Brave,” the Liberty Bell, an American bald eagle and the flag of the USA.
The stock has a painted representation of the torch held by the Statue of Liberty. Along the handguard of the gun are the engraved and painted words “God Bless America.” This gun has the same MSRP as the Stand for the Flag edition.
God Bless America Edition Big Boy
If you are looking for more serious power in your limited edition lever gun, this rifle offers the ability to shoot .44 Magnum (and .44 Special.) Up to 10 rounds are stored in the magazine. It has a blued 20″ barrel, semi-buckhorn rear sight and is drilled and tapped for a scope.
It features a nickeled receiver with American walnut furniture. The receiver is engraved with “God Bless America”, the Liberty Bell and an image of the lower 48 states. For reasons not stated, neither Hawaii or Alaska were included in the engraving.
On the stock is a painting of the USA flag with the silhouettes of eight people. The MSRP on this gun is $1,523.
Henry Repeating Arms is often involved in the production of limited edition rifles like those that benefitted the USS Texas and those that were created to help a junior volunteer firefighter get a heart transplant.