Henry-Turnbull Lever-Action Rifle Announced

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posted on February 15, 2019
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Turnbull Restoration has announced a collaboration with Henry Repeating Arms and Top Shot Armory to produce and bring to market a customized version of the Henry lever-action rifle, the “Henry-Turnbull Rifle.”

“Working with the amazing people at Henry and Top Shot has been a pleasure. It’s our shared dedication to preserving the legacy of great American lever guns that’s brought us together,” said CEO and Founder Doug Turnbull. “Henry rifles have been beloved American-made rifles for as long as I can remember, and we’re proud to be able to work with them on this offering.”

The rifle, American-made to Henry’s precise standards, is finished with the distinctive Turnbull bone charcoal color case hardened receiver, lever, hammer and fore-end cap. This limited-run rifle is available only through Top Shot Armory and its network of dealers.

“Top Shot Armory is a great retailer and distributor that shares our love for iconic lever guns, as well as our dedication to making sure these rifles stay part of the American firearm story,” Turnbull emphasizes. ”Henry Repeating Arms and Turnbull Restoration are partnering up with Top Shot to bring the consumer an instant classic.”

The Henry-Turnbull Rifle is available in .30-30 Win, .41 Rem Mag., .44 Rem Mag, .45-70 Govt., .45 Colt, .327 Fed and .257 Mag. There will only be 250 of each caliber produced. MSRP is $1,495.95.

Recognizing the demand for this rifle, Turnbull, Henry and Top Shot Armory took the opportunity to raise some much-needed funds to support Hunting Heritage Trust. Serial number one of each caliber was specially laser-engraved and dubbed “The President’s Collection.”  The Collection was auctioned off on GunBroker.com at the recent NSSF SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nev., raising more than $17,000.

“This is an All-American effort by three great American companies—Turnbull Restoration, Henry Repeating Arms and Top Shot Armory—to produce and deliver an instantly collectible example of one of America’s most beloved classic lever rifles,” explained Turnbull. “We’re looking forward to more such projects with the great folks at Top Shot throughout 2019.”

The Henry-Turnbull Rifle is only available through Top Shot Armory and its network of dealers. They can be found online at topshotarmory.com, by phone at (574) 288-4867, and at their location in South Bend, Ind. 

Turnbull Restoration Co., Inc. is known globally for the ability to take even the most damaged collectible firearm and return it to its original look, feel and function. Founder and CEO Doug Turnbull is renowned for his period-correct metal finishes which stand out as the most striking and authentic. The company offers a line of new production firearms that incorporate the same quality look and feel as the collectibles they are famous for restoring. Also available are authentic vintage firearms of many iconic brands from private collections that Turnbull has purchased and inspected, cleaned and restored where needed. Please visit turnbullrestoration.com for more information.

 

 

 

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