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Old West Brass Finish Henry Repeating Rifle Non-Firing Replica


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Old West Brass Finish Henry Repeating Rifle Non-Firing Replica

This rapid fire and revolutionary rifle used in the Civil War and the American Frontier and has been featured in numerous Western Movies. The tubular magazine under the 24" octagonal barrel held 15 x .44 caliber metal cartridges. It was said this rifle could "loaded on Sunday and fired all week." It features a working lever action, metal butt plate, wood  stock and comes in either a gun metal or brass frame finish. 

Henry Repeating Rifle History

The Henry rifle was the immediate forerunner of the famous Winchester rifles. About 14,000 Henry’s were made between 1860 and 1866 by the New Haven Arms Company. The Henry rifle was developed from the Volcanic firearms system and was built around the .44 rimfire cartridge. Both the new rifle and the cartridge were designed by B. Tyler Henry. A basic feature of the .44 rimfire cartridge was the use of a metallic casing, rather than the undependable, self-contained powder, ball, and primer of the Volcanic bullet. Loading continued to be from the muzzle end of the magazine. Although a revolutionary weapon in Civil War service, it was made in relative limited quantities. Quite a few company-size Union organizations, especially those from Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri, carried Henry rifles, purchased at their own expense.

Length: 42.5"
Weight: 6.5 Lbs

1:1 Full-Scale Non-Firing Replica

This product is not a toy and is not intended for use or sale to minors.  You must be at least 18 years of age or have the involvement of a parent or guardian to purchase this product.

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