The inspiration for this rifle dates to a critical point in Texas history in 1901 with the eruption of the first gusher on Spindletop. This discovery of black gold (or Texas Tea) would change the course of Texas forever and revolutionize the progress of our country.
Never seen on a Henry rifle before it, the Texas Tribute Edition features a deep black stain on all the walnut furniture, which provides a stark contrast to the gold and brass highlights throughout the rest of the rifle. The wood is then studded on both sides with inlaid metal 5-pointed stars that perfectly match the “Lone Star Flag” motif that is found on the buttstock surrounded by the Texas state outline. The left side of the buttstock is a bit more subdued with a lone star inlaid towards the buttplate.
|Model Name||Golden Boy Texas Tribute Edition|
|Barrel Length||20″ Octagon Barrel|
|Sights||Rear: Fully Adj. Semi-Buckhorn w/ Diamond Insert | Front: Brass Bead|
|Condition||New in Box|