Elvis Presley Tribute Henry Rifle

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posted on March 15, 2017
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Few people in history can truly be considered legends, but in the case of Elvis Presley, a true American original, the label rings true. Now America Remembers has announced the Elvis Presley Tribute Henry Rifle. Each rifle is issued on a working Henry Repeating Arms Big Boy Carbine Rifle in caliber .45 Colt, in a limited edition run of 500. Henry Repeating Arms is a family-owned business, and is America’s leading lever-action rifle manufacturer. Craftsmen commissioned specifically for this project by America Remembers decorate each Elvis Presley Tribute Henry Rifle in 24-karat gold and nickel with elegant scrollwork and blackened patinaed highlights to accentuate the details of the artwork. Each Tribute features a 16.5” rifled octagonal barrel with an American walnut shoulder and fore-end, and a large loop lever.



 

Elvis Presley assembled an impressive firearms collection during his lifetime, and in his action movies, he used the legendary pistols and rifles of the Old West that are so much a part of America’s heritage.

This handsome lever-action features artwork that captures the career of Elvis. For many fans of Elvis during his days as a performer, a dream was to see him in a live concert. This Tribute rifle recaptures some of those moments in history. The artwork also features a depiction of his signature and the legendary “TCB” with a lightning bolt—Taking Care of Business in a Flash—logo, an idea and a credo that Elvis adopted and shared with his closest friends.



The left side of the receiver features a stunning portrait of Elvis which will take you back to your favorite memories of Elvis from early in his career. Also featured is an image reminiscent of Elvis’ performance during his very popular “Aloha From Hawaii” concert and TV special in 1973. As a final touch, the artwork is framed with elegant scrollwork highlighted with musical notes.

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The right side of the receiver features two scenes of Elvis performing for his fans. Also featured is the distinctive “TCB” logo with a lightning bolt and a depiction of his signature. The “TCB” logo translates to “Taking Care of Business in a Flash.” Elvis™ and Elvis Presley™ are trademarks of ABG EPE IP LLC Rights of Publicity and Persona Rights: Elvis Presley Enterprises, LLC © 2017 ABG EPE IP LLC elvis.com.

For more information or to reserve your rifle (to be transferred to an FFL of your choice), please visit americaremembers.com

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