HENRY REPEATING RIFLES, BOLT-ACTION RIFLES, AND LEVER-ACTION RIFLES
In 1860, Benjamin Tyler Henry received a patent for the first practical, lever-action repeating rifle. Two years later, the Henry Rifle would prove itself on numerous Civil War battlefieds. Muzzle-loading rifles were simply no match for the rapid-fire capability of the Henry Rifle.
In the years following the War, the Henry Rifle gained wide popularity on the American frontier.
Today, Henry rifles continue to be the favorites for cowboy-action shooters, collectors, hunters, and plinkers. The Henry rifle's accuracy, fine craftsmanship, and classic looks offer a value few others can match. Or, as the motto of the Henry Repeating Arms Company says, "Made in America and Priced Right."
To learn more on how Henry rifles are built, and their commitment to customer satisfaction, watch this one hour Henry Repeating Arms video.
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