Rutland County Vermont Engraved Rifle
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In honor of your county's rich historical legacy, Historical Armory is proud to present the Rutland County Vermont Limited Historical Edition Rifle. Produced on the affordable, American-made Henry .22 LR rifle (Model H001 & H004) and .30-30 (Model H009B), the Rutland County Vermont Limited Historical Edition rifle combines meticulous research, original artwork, and finely detailed engraving to celebrate the history of Rutland County. There will only be 50 Rutland County Vermont rifle sets ever produced by Historical Armory. Purchase each model separately or all available rifle models 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 Rutland County Vermont Engraved Rifle, available only from Historical Armory!
Each County 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 name and establishment date of your county on the right side and your state name and nickname on the left side.
- The right side of the American walnut buttstock is engraved with an intricate, original piece of artwork that captures the unique history of your county, while the left side is reserved for one of a kind personalization.
- Finally, both sides of the receiver are engraved with an elaborate scroll and banner pattern. Each rifle is individually numbered on the left side of the receiver, for example an edition of 50 rifles would be numbered 1 of 50, 2 of 50 and so on.