New Henry Deluxe Engraved 25th Edition
In the early 1860s, Benjamin Tyler Henry’s breakthrough design for a reliable and practical lever action repeater cemented his name into firearms history. Moreover, he cemented the lever action as America’s unique contribution to the international stage of firearms design, New Henry Deluxe Engraved 25th Edition.
While B.T. Henry’s 1860 repeater was only produced for six years, its spirit lived on in the rifles that won the West, and the legacy continues to this day in more than 550 employees at Henry Repeating Arms and millions of customers worldwide. Now, on our twenty-fifth anniversary, we’re proud to announce this limited-edition salute to our continuation of that legacy with The New Original Henry 25th Anniversary Edition.
While it remains a faithful recreation of the 1860 Henry that you could “load on Sunday and shoot all week” like the other rifles in the H011 family, we have added a special touch with rich rosewood furniture hand-selected by Henry CEO and Founder Anthony Imperato. The wood presents a warm reddish color, a beautiful complement to the brass receiver and crescent buttplate. Known for its durability in the woodworking and furniture worlds, collectors can pass this heirloom down from generation to generation with minimal dings and dents.
New Henry Deluxe Engraved 25th Edition for sale
Calling to mind the prized presentation rifles of the 19th century, our 25th Anniversary Edition is engraved with traditional leafy vine scrollwork on both sides of the polished brass receiver. The Henry 25th Anniversary emblem sits proudly on the right side of the receiver, surrounded by a darted pattern that defines the New Original Henry’s iconic silhouette. On both receiver sides, “XXV” numerals reiterate the rifle’s place in Henry history.
This model is limited to 2,500 exclusive units with unique serial numbers ranging from 25HENRY0001 to 25HENRY2500.
Honoring the continuation of a legacy born more than 200 years ago, the H011D-25 is more than a celebration of our twenty-fifth anniversary. It’s proof that the lever action has been, and always will be, America’s rifle.