Henry Repeating Arms Announces New Center-Fire Rifles

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posted on February 2, 2016
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Henry Repeating Arms has announced three new center-fire rifles:

The Big Boy Silver features a hardened silver receiver that retains the same tensile and yield strength as steel. Offered in .44 Mag/Spl., .45 Colt and .357 Mag/.38 Spl. MSRP: $990.



The Big Boy Steel line has expanded to include a .41 Mag. cal. Designed for hunters who prefer a lighter rifle than Henry’s brass-framed Big Boys, the rifle weighs in at 7 lbs. and features a 20” round barrel, and a checkered walnut stock on a matte-finished blued steel frame that’s drilled and tapped for a scope. The adjustable Western-style sights and sliding transfer bar “safety” system is the same as in the Big Boys. Other features include a ventilated rubber recoil pad, swivel studs and a rifle-style fore-end cap. MSRP: $850



The All-Weather Lever Action marks the first time Henry offers steel center-fire rifles meant for truck, farm or woods. It features corrosion-resistant hard-chrome plating on all metal surfaces—which won't flake or peel—and a durable industrial-grade coating on the stocks. The stained hardwood’s coating is formulated to stand up to scratches, moisture, temperature variations, and wear and tear. The rifle is available in two calibers: .30-30, MSRP: $850; and .45-70, MSRP: $950.



For more information, please visit HenryRifles.com.

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