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Civil War 150th Anniversary 1861 - Nevada Limited Edition

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ORDER DELIVERY TIME- Everything we do is made to order. Most firearms are estimated to ship in 8-12 weeks. If your firearm is for an event or special occasion, please be sure to inform us. Our turnaround time is fluid, call 877-484-0179 or email for updates.

Available on the affordable, American-made Henry H001, H004 Golden Boy, and H009BG, Historical Armory's Civil War 150th Anniversary Limited Edition Rifle features original artwork and highly-detailed laser engraving of images inspired by the year 1861, including Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis, and the bombardment of Fort Sumter, the event that officially began the War Between the States!

Each state (including the Cherokee Nation) will have its own unique Civil War 150th Anniversary edition, so ACT NOW, because the 1861 edition size is limited to 150 rifle sets per state. Purchase the H001, H004, or H009BG separately, or all the rifles together for a complete limited edition set!



Renowned for their durability and solid construction, Henry rifles offer you a welcome shelter from the planned mechanical obsolescence so common in modern products these days. Well-maintained, they will continue to perform as designed for generations to come, perhaps even one day becoming a treasured family heirloom for your descendants. Start your own tradition of lasting permanence today with the Civil War 150th Anniversary 1861 Limited Edition Engraved Rifle Engraved Rifle, available only from Historical Armory!

Each Civil War Historical Edition Rifle is available on the following American-made Henry Rifles:

This edition features the following:

  • Detailed engraving on both sides of the American walnut forearm, with the Civil War 150th Anniversary dates on the right side and a Union, Confederate, or Border state-specific banner on the left side.

  • The right side of the American walnut buttstock is engraved with an intricate, original piece of artwork that depicts the first shots of the Civil War, fired at Fort Sumter on April 12th, 1861, while the left side is reserved for custom personalization.

  • Finally, both sides of the receiver are engraved with elaborate artwork depicting familiar elements of the Civil War, such as flags, assorted weapons, even a locomotive! Each rifle is individually numbered on the left side of the receiver: 1 of 150, 2 of 150 and so on.