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Kansas Sheriffs' Association Edition

This is a private edition. Call 1-877-484-0179 for details.

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In honor of Kansas legendary lawmen, Historical Armory is proud to present the Kansas Sheriffs' Association Edition.  This is a numbered edition, limited to 100 buyers and is available on the Henry Golden Boy H004 (.22LR); Henry Golden Boy Silver H004S (.22LR); Henry Big Boy Classic H006, H006C, or H006M (.44Mag, .45Colt, .357/.38); and Henry Big Boy Silver H006S, H006CS, or H006MS (.44Mag, .45Colt, .357/.38); Ruger Vaquero 5104 (.45Colt), and Ruger 1911 6700 (.45 Auto).

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The Kansas Sheriffs' Association Edition firearm features:

  • Full detailed laser engravings on both sides of the firearm.
  • A unique number in the edition.
  • Comes with a large loop on Henry rifles.
  • Ruger includes a presentation case at no additional cost.
  • Optional personalization may be added to the left stock of rifles, and to the Ruger presentation case for a nominal fee.

LIMITED NUMBER OF BUYERS

The firearms are numbered and limited to 100 buyers.  We do allow you to be the buyer of more than one edition number.  You as an original buyer may purchase all of the firearms with the same number, called a set.  When you purchase any one of the firearms, you have the option of purchasing the other firearms in the future for your set.

PERSONALIZATION

The Kansas Sheriffs' Association Edition includes space for optional personalization, providing a unique opportunity to create your own treasured family heirloom that will be passed down for generations.

HENRY Personalization options and parameters (selected above when choosing the firearm):

  • No personalization: Firearm has zero engraving on left stock as shown on the rifle mockup pages.
  • Standard Personalization (on left stock, wording only): You may engrave up to three (3) lines, limited to thirty (30) spaces per line. Sample is shown on TOP half of the Rifle Personalization Option page.
  • Custom Personalization (on left stock, wording to the side of your badge): You may engrave up to three (3) lines, limited to thirty (30) spaces per line next to your badge. Sample is shown on BOTTOM half of the Rifle Personalization Option page.  You provide a sample image of your badge for drawing.  You will be asked to email Historical Armory the best image possible of your badge. Graphic images of your badge are preferred over photographs.  Your badge company can provide you with a graphic image.

RUGER Personalization options and parameters (selected above when choosing the firearm):

  • No personalization: Case receives the default engraving as shown on Ruger mockup page.
  • Standard Personalization (on case, wording with Coalition Patch): You may engrave up to three (3) lines, limited to thirty (30) spaces per line below the patch. Sample is shown on TOP half of the Ruger Presentation Case page.
  • Custom Personalization (on case, wording between patch and badge): You may engrave up to three (3) lines, limited to thirty (30) spaces per line between the patch and the badge you provide. Sample is shown on BOTTOM half of the Ruger Presentation Case page.  You provide a sample image of your badge for drawing.  You will be asked to email Historical Armory the best image possible of your badge. Graphic images of your badge are preferred over photographs.  Your badge company can provide you with a graphic image.

SHIPPING & TRANSFER DEALER

By law, we are required to ship the gun to a licensed gun dealer.  Firearms ship FREE within the contiguous United States.  Should the shipping destination be Alaska or Hawaii, an extra charge will be due after you place an order.

After receiving your order, we will be asking you for the transfer gun dealer you plan to use.  You are required to make the arrangements; let us know who you hired (business name, address, shop phone number, and if available their email address) and have the shop send us a signed copy of their Federal Firearm License (FFL).

Keep in mind most transfer gun dealers charge a fee to run a background check when you pick up the firearm.  You should assume that your gun dealer would charge this fee.  In addition, transfer dealers in some states are required to collect sales tax if it was not collected at the point of sale.  We collect sales tax only if firearm is received within Colorado.