Celebrating 200 Years of Floyd County History
For the last 200 years, Floyd County, Indiana has produced an iconic heritage. In 1807, the steam boat was invented and drove New Albany to new heights. Situated along the Ohio River, the location was ideal for manufacturing this new transportation. The industry attracted families to the area and the streets started to line with new homes. The foundation was laid and the people of Floyd County bolstered the area to new heights.
To celebrate the Bicentennial Anniversary, Heirloom Arms LLC has commissioned 20 Henry rifles to be engraved. The engravings capture key icons, places and achievements. Each rifle will have its very own edition number engraved onto the firearm. This firearm is a true heirloom that will add a unique one-of-a-kind firearm to your collection. The Henry rifle is 100% made in America with the production done in Bayonne, New Jersey and the engraving in Rapid City, South Dakota.