Henry Repeating Arms Releases New Firearms To Celebrate 1,000 Man Shoot
Henry Repeating Arms donated enough guns to line up 1,000 shooters from several different states on November 14th, each equipped with a Henry Golden Boy Silver .22. They broke a world record for simultaneously firing 1,000 Henry Golden Boy Silver rifles at the Ben Avery Shooting Facility in Phoenix. Henry has announced the release of new firearms that will appeal to shooters to commemorate this new record.
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Henry is introducing the lever action .410 shotguns with a price tag that starts at $902 and will go up from there. The .410-bore shotguns will come in two lengths—20″ and 24″. The longer model will feature a removable full factory choke, front brass-bead sight and no rear sight. The shorter-barrel model features a cylinder-bore choke, adjustable semi-buck-horn rear sight, and brass-bead front sights. MSRP is $850.
Henry has also announced there will be a single shot option for those looking for a light, compact shotgun. This is good news for shooters that like the light, compact shotgun. The selections have been rare since the Pardner series was discontinued. The new shotguns will be offered in 12 gauges, 20 gauges, and .410. MSRP will start at $427 for the steel and $549 for the brass models. Henry will also be offering rifles chambered in .308, .223, .45-70, .44 Mag, and .243. Prices for these will be the same as their shotgun siblings since they are offered in many of the same configurations.
Henry’s line of Tribute Edition rifles is expanding as well to include a Second Amendment model that recognizes the NRA’s efforts to defend Americans’ Right to Bear Arms. The rifle is built on the Golden Boy platform and chambered in .22 S/L/LR. MSRP is $1,020.