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New Rifle Pays Tribute to All Things Texas

Arriving just in time for the holiday season is a brand-new rifle from Henry Repeating Arms (Henry USA) that showcases a true love of Texas.

The Lone Star State is on full display in this highly specialized firearm that is going to be the perfect present to someone who lives and loves Texas in all its glory. The full name of the gun is the Texas Tribute Edition Golden Boy Rifle.

As a collector piece, this gun is a true work of art. You may want to add this gun to your collection to showcase your Texas pride, or gift it to someone you know that is Texas proud.

What the Gun Looks Like

With a deep black stain on the wood of the gun, it contrasts perfectly with the gold accents, including stars, a picture of Texas with a flag motif inside the state, and the words “TEXAS” in all caps for extra emphasis. The gold accents are hand painted at the factory.

It has a 20-inch blue octagon barrel, with Brasslite cover, and the buttplate and barrel brand are also made of shiny brass. This is definitely a sharp looking rifle. The rifle cartridges you can use with the gun have a magazine capacity that ranges from 16-21 rounds, depending on your preference. The length of the gun is 38.5 inches overall, and the weight is 6.75 lbs. You can purchase this beauty for a retail price of $960.

The President of Henry USA Introduced the Gun

Henry USA, the company that makes the gun, gave the first one available to Kevin Harvick, a NASCAR driver at the Texas Motor Speedway. He received this gun since he was the pole qualifying winner for this specific race. This was during the annual Texas Motor 500. The owner and president of Henry USA, Anthony Imperato, was there to present the gun which is the first one the company has made in honor of the great state of Texas. He acknowledged that people in Texas have long been supporters of the Second Amendment, so the gun was a natural representation of this great heritage. It probably goes without saying that many people in Texas are going to want to get their hands on this gun.

The History of Henry USA

As a company that proudly makes all of their firearms in the USA, Henry Repeating Arms has been around since 1996 as a family-owned company. They named the company after the great Benjamin Tyler Henry who created the first repeating rifle in 1860. He named it the “Henry” of course. So the company is named in honor of his legacy. They exclusively make rifles and shotguns with their headquarters in New Jersey, and an additional factory location in Wisconsin. Their motto is “made in America and priced right.”

If you haven’t owned a Henry gun yet, maybe this special Texas Edition should be the start of your collection.


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