Limited to only 61 rifles, the 45-70 lever action showcases the state’s great history and culture. Utilizing 24 Karat Gold, Nickel and Black Chrome, the steel showcases key icons that bolster the state’s heritage. The Henry rifles are made in America and come with the classic Western octagon barrel. Contact us today and find out how you can own yours!
Missouri 200th Anniversary
August 10th, 2021 will mark Missouri’s 200th Anniversary since joining the United States of America. Being the 24th state to be admitted, the area has become known as the Gateway to the West. Much of Missouri’s history associates to the trails and exploration of the Wild West. Missouri’s people can now celebrate its Bicentennial with this limited edition Henry rifle.
Missouri currently has 6.1 million residents. We choose 61 rifles to represent 1 rifle for every 100,000 residents.
This engraver has over 40 years of experience and has produced some of the highest quality engraved firearms in the industry. The engraving process takes about 12 weeks to complete.
Henry’s motto is Made in America or Not Made At All. We support American manufacturing and are proud to use the historic 45-70 caliber for this project. The rifle comes with the classic octagon barrel and walnut stocks.
Are you in need of an item for a fundraiser? Contact us to see how you can purchase one of these firearms for that purpose. History has taught us that these type of firearms can sell more raffle tickets than any other item. This is a great way to support a Missouri heritage group.
Heirloom Arms LLC encourages your involvement in determining the style used in crafting your Collectible Firearms. We are very versatile and will react to your needs in a timely and highly professional manner. Let us create a unique firearm for your county, city or in honor of your family business. We are your source for custom etching with the highest quality available. Every collectible firearm edition is very limited in availability and is quite unique.
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