2023 marks the 150th Anniversary of the breed being in the United States. The cattle industry is tightly knit into the fabric of Iowa where the cowboy culture is alive and well. Angus Cattle are a key part of Iowa’s economy and we recognize this rich heritage with the Iowa Angus Rifle. Only 20 of these rifles will be made and each rifle will be engraved with your brand. Showcase your ranch’s legacy with this limited-edition Henry rifle.
In 1873, George Grant brought four Angus bulls from Scotland to the prairies of Kansas. At first to be considered freaks due to their hornless heads, the breed started to gain popularity. With years of breeding, showing and selling registered stock, it has become one of the most popular breeds in America.
Henry 45 LC Lever Action Rifle
Henry Repeating Arms’ motto is “Made in America or Not Made At All”. This American-made lever-action comes with a 22” octagon barrel and is chambered in 45 LC Lever Action Rifle
Experienced American Engraver
Our engraver has been perfecting his talent since 1979. Based out of Rapid City, SD, American values drive the high quality and precision of the engravings. Each shotgun is carefully plated and engraved to give you the highest quality firearm. Not only is the detail exquisite but made to last for generations.
Only 20 numbered rifles will be made
There will only be 20 numbered rifles ever made. Keeping the edition size small will guarantee that you own a piece of history. Once the edition sells out, you demand the value of your firearm. This anniversary will only happen once making this edition a one-of-a-kind.
Planning a fundraiser this year? This limited edition rifle is the ideal item to raise funds for your organization. Firearms consistently bring the highest returns at fundraisers and what better way to celebrate your area than with this limited edition. Between its eye appeal, history and uniqueness, this rifle will drive the highest bid.
A Lasting Gift
Just as our history and values have been handed down to us, our firearm will continue to do the same. Since the edition is small and specifically made for Faulkner County, there is always a desire to hold onto this. This Henry will become an heirloom to add to your collection.