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Henry Golden Boy Boy Scouts of America Edition Lever-Action Rifle, .22 LR, 20" Barrel, 16 Rounds

Henry Repeating Arms Co
619835016058
H004BSA
8-HRAC-H004BSA
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This limited-edition Henry Rifle honors the history of the Scouting community.

Henry Repeating Arms crafted this special Henry Golden Boy "Boy Scouts of America Centennial Edition" licensed rifle to honor and celebrate the BSA's 100th Anniversary in 2010. This beautifully crafted .22 LR rifle features a Brasslite-finished steel receiver embellished with the Scouts Oath, Scouts Law, scrollwork, and traditional Boy Scouts of America logo. The buttstock and forearm display the "100 Years of Scouting" logo and Centennial Edition gold-filled etchings. This Golden Boy is even more valuable as a collector's item now that the series has been discontinued. As functional and accurate as Henry's other lever-action rifles, owners take equal pleasure in shooting with or displaying this work of art.

Henry Repeating Arms is an American company that is not only one of the top manufacturers of rifles and shotguns but the leading manufacturer of lever-action rifles in the United States. Their rifles are distinguished by their smooth action, reliability and impressive style. The first Henry debuted in 1860 and the company has continued to expand and perfect the rimfire rifle.

At Cheaper Than Dirt!, we know that a reliable rifle needs reliable ammo. Find all of the best .22 LR ammo here at great deals, especially in bulk, so that you can affordably show off this fantastic Henry repeater. Then, choose from our wide range of gun care supplies to keep this BSA Centennial Edition lasting for generations.

Henry Golden Boy Boy Scouts of America Edition Rifle  Features and Specifications:

-Boy Scout Tribute Edition
-Ambidextrous Shooting Capability
Caliber: .22 Long Rifle/.22 Long/.22 Short
Capacity: 16 Rounds (.22 LR), 21 Rounds (.22 Short)
Action: Lever-Action
Barrel: 20"; Blued Steel
Rifling: 1:16" Octagonal Twist
Front Sight: Brass Bead
Rear Sight: Fully Adjustable Semi-Buckhorn with Diamond Insert
Forearm: American Walnut with Painted Engraving
Receiver: Drilled and Tapped for Scope, Engraved Brasslite-Finished Steel
Side Ejection
Stock: American Walnut with Painted Engraving
Grip: Straight
Safety: 1/4 Cock
Overall Length: 38.5"
Weight: 6.75 lbs (Unloaded)
Usage: Target Shooting, Hunting, Collecting
Made in the USA

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