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Browning Blr Lightweight '81
$909.99
Receiver - Aircraft-grade alloy, Blued finish, Drilled and tapped for scope mounts * Barrel - Blued finish, Crowned muzzle, Adjustable sights * Action - Lever-action, Rotating bolt, Detachable box magazine * Stock - Gloss finish walnut, Checkered, Straight grip * Features - Recoil pad.
Browning BLR Lightweight w/Pistol Grip
$1,029.99 - $1,109.99
Gloss walnut, checkered grip, Schnabel forearm, polished blued barrel & aluminum receiver, detachable magazine, iron sights, tapped for standard scope, lever-action.The gloss finish on the Walnut pistol grip stock contrasts beautifully with the deeply polished blue finish on the receiver and the barrel. The detachable box magazine allows it to be chambered for modern hunting calibers and it's tapped for scope mounts. The barrel's standard sights include a Low-Profile adjustable square notch rear sight and a high-visibility front blade with gold bead fitted on a raised ramp-style base. The pistol grip BLR stock is contoured for maximum comfort and the flared Schnabel fore-end tip adds a classic touch of style. The BLR's stock has a deep, glossy finish that brings out every nuance of the wood's warm color and grain. The well-formed recoil pad helps reduce felt recoil and flinching. Steel sling swivel studs are pre-installed for easy mounting of your sling or bipod.
Cimarron 1873 Lever Action Rifle
$1,299.99 - $1,329.99
Winchester's 1873 rifle was the Rifle that Won the West. It was chambered in a new, more powerful cartridge, the .44-40a .44 caliber bullet, propelled by 40 grains of black powder. However, a factor that really insured the success of the 1873 Winchester rifles was that Colt quickly offered its Peacemaker chambered in .44-40, as well. A cowboy could have both a lever-action rifle and his six shooter, and needed only one cartridge belt for both. Most Texas Rangers and every old West cowboy worth his salt carried 1873 rifles. Chappo, the son of Apache war chief Geronimo, packed an 1873. And Buffalo Bill carried an 1873 lever-action rifle along with a pair of .44-40 Colts in 1876 when he worked as an Army scout. This piece of rifle history is available in a variety of distinctive models including the Carbine Sporting Rifle.
Cimarron Sporting Lever Action Rifle
$1,329.99
Winchester's 1873 rifle was the Rifle that Won the West. It was chambered in a new, more powerful cartridge, the .44-40a .44 caliber bullet, propelled by 40 grains of black powder. However, a factor that really insured the success of the 1873 Winchester rifles was that Colt quickly offered its Peacemaker chambered in .44-40, as well. A cowboy could have both a lever-action rifle and his six shooter, and needed only one cartridge belt for both. Most Texas Rangers and every old West cowboy worth his salt carried 1873 rifles. Chappo, the son of Apache war chief Geronimo, packed an 1873. And Buffalo Bill carried an 1873 lever-action rifle along with a pair of .44-40 Colts in 1876 when he worked as an Army scout. This piece of rifle history is available in a variety of distinctive models including the Carbine Sporting Rifle.
Cimarron 1860 Henry Rifle
$1,499.99
The Model 1860 Henry Rifle was developed and patented by B. Tyler Henry, plant manager, and manufactured by Oliver Winchester. Made during and after the Civil War, as westward expansion escalated, this first truly effective lever action rifle was a dependable tool for a country on the move. The Henry Rifle was highly prized by the Plains Indian warriors as well, as much for its looks, as its function. This military model features a 24" barrel, military style lever latch, and ladder rear sight. It has the side mounted sling swivels found on the military contract rifles, and some cast-off for a right hand shooter which can be a problem for left hand shooters. Weight is a modest 8.9 pounds, unloaded.
Henry 45-70 Lever Action
$719.99 - $909.99
Its receiver is blued steel fitted with an 18.43" round barrel underneath and a tubular magazine of four-round capacity. Its pistol-grip buttstock and steel-capped forend are crafted of beautiful American walnut and cut with checkering to provide a sure grip. The buttstock wears a soft rubber pad to help shooters handle .45-70 recoil from a 7.08 lb. rifle. Sights Fully adjustable semi-buckhorn rear, and brass beaded front sight. Because the receiver is drilled and tapped, scope mounting is an easy option. If you need a handy yet powerful lever gun capable of fast repeat shots in the bear country of Alaska, or just a short, light rifle for deer hunting in the mountains of Pennsylvania, our new Model H010 will provide the accuracy and reliability you can count on.
Henry Big Boy Carbine
$759.99 - $879.99
Henry Big Boy Carbine Lever-Action Rifles are a modern carry-over of the Trapper classics of the past. It combines the features of Henry's legendary Big Boy rifle with the quick handling of a shorter, lighter carbine barrel length. These are the the ideal brush guns for tight spaces, and they give up nothing in accuracy. Attention to detail in the great Western styling including the large loop lever. Blued-finish octagonal barrels are outfitted with a classic fully adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight with a reversible white diamond insert and a brass beaded front-sight. Tubular magazine holds seven rounds. Both the straight-grip stock and forearm are crafted of select American-walnut accented with a brass barrel band and Henry's recognizable brass receiver. Tubular magazine holds seven rounds.
Henry Big Boy Classic
$759.99 - $879.99
Choose from .44 Magnum, .45 Colt, .357 Magnum, .41 Magnum, and .327 Federal Magnum. All are SASS approved so Cowboy Action shooters who enjoy stepping back to that bygone era can use them in competition. The traditional 20? octagonal barrel is outfitted with a classic fully adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight with a reversible white diamond insert and a brass beaded front sight. The tubular magazine tops off at 10 rounds. Both the straight-grip stock and forearm are crafted of select American walnut accented with a brass barrel band and Henry's recognizable brass receiver. The .44 Magnum can shoot .44 special rounds, the .357 Magnum can shoot .38 special rounds, and the .327 Federal Magnum can also shoot .32 H&R.
Henry Big Boy Steel
$839.99
The 7lbs. steel Big Boy hangs its 20? round barrel and checkered walnut furniture on a matte-finished blued steel frame that's drilled & tapped for optional scope mounts, and uses the same adjustable Western-style sights as the standard Big Boy, with the same sliding transfer bar safety system in its hammer. The Carbine comes with our glove-friendly oversized lever, and a seven-round magazine capacity. Nearly a half-pound lighter, and with an overall length of 34, this is one trim partner to your favorite revolver in any of those three calibers, and it's a great compact trailgun on its own.
Henry Lever Action .30-30
$839.99 - $909.99
This latest addition to our world-famous line of lever-action repeaters was built with the traditional deer hunter in mind. Like its predecessors, it's both lightweight (just 7 to 8.3lbs.) and maneuverable (39? long), the perfect combination for hunting in dense timber and heavy brush. Like every Henry rifle, it's 100% American made, with its select American walnut stock and forearm, it is a masterpiece of finely crafted gunsmithing. The H009B has a visually impressive 20? octagon barrel and a handsome brass receiver and brass barrel band. Both rifles are drilled and tapped for easy scope mounting. The magazine holds five rounds that chamber quickly and smoothly thanks to our crisp, perfectly machined action.
Henry Big Boy Silver
$969.99 - $1,439.99
As a bigger boy centerfire version of the rimfire Golden Boy Silver, the Henry Big Boy Silver model in .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum, and .45 Colt is an equally striking throwback to the days of nickel plating on prized guns to protect and enhance their visual appeal. Here, we take a different path to arrive at the same burnished silver look: instead of plating over the base frame material, we use a solid aluminum-bronze alloy that's actually slightly tougher than the long-running hardened brass alloy in our popular brass-framed Big Boy lever actions, and that results in a through & through silver tone. Not a surface treatment that might wear or scratch through with years of use; these frame, barrel band, and buttplate surfaces can be cleaned up and polished at home if needed to maintain that brightly gleaming silver look for generations to come.
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$989.99
In profile and general dimensions, these two Henry offerings are essentially the same as their blued steel counterparts, with 20 round barrel and 5-shot magazine capacity in the .30-30 and 18.43 round barrel with 4-shot magazine in the .45-70, and both with the same adjustable buckhorn/bead sights. Like the blued rifles, the All-Weathers also wear the same wrist profiles- straight in the .30-30, and pistolgrip in the .45-70. The major differences lie in the first time we've used hard chrome plating on all metal surfaces (except springs and sights), and a durable industrial-grade coating on hardwood furniture.
Henry Big Boy All-Weather
$989.99
The All-Weather version of our popular steel Big Boy, in the same three basic handgun calibers, and the same 20 round barrel. Noticeably lighter in heft than our hardened-brass Big Boys with octagon barrels, while offering the same adjustable sights, the same accuracy, the same magazine capacities, the same magazine tube loading feature, the same sling swivel studs, the same rifle-style fore-end cap, and the same non-slip solid rubber recoil pad.
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$989.99
It was a logical choice to expand the steel-framed case-hardened finish into that line-up, and we've got six hard-workin' leveractions here that merge the classic looks of those beautifully-done case colors and octagonal barrels with the practicality of a rubber recoil pad and lighter weight than the original brass models. We not only give you your choice of Big Boy calibers in .357 Mag/.38 Special, .44 Mag/.44 Special, and .45 Colt, but you can also choose between either a standard 20 barrel and lever, or a compact 16.5 barrel fitted with a large-loop lever for cold-weather gloved use. All models feature clean checkering on fore-end and straight-wrist stock, our adjustable buck and bead sights, an automatic in-hammer transfer bar safety, and our traditional tube loading.
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$989.99
One of our most appealing steel frame finishes, the colors come from a genuine case-hardening process on frame and rifle-style fore-end cap that sets these rifles apart from our other blued models. In the woods, where they're right at home, the deep bluing, dark walnut, and mottled case colors form their own basic camouflage. 100% American, in traditional form with octagonal barrels, adjustable buckhorn and bead sights, and checkered walnut furniture. The modern part comes from the quality steels we use, the transfer bar safety, our Henry magazine tube loading, sling swivel studs, a drilled and tapped frame, and a ventilated rubber recoil pad. Choose your caliber, the straight-wristed .30-30 or the pistol-gripped .45-70
Henry The Long Ranger
$999.99
Retains traditional lever action operation with exposed hammer and forged steel lever, but updates it with a geared action that drives a machined and chromed steel bolt with a 6-lug rotary head into a rear extension of the barrel for a strong and consistent lock-up from shot to shot to shot. With side ejection and a lightweight aerospace alloy receiver, the top is drilled and tapped for scope mounts, and the bottom features a steel-bodied flush-fit detachable magazine (5-round capacity in .223, 4-round in .243 and .308) with a steel floorplate and a blackened steel release button on the right side of the receiver. All behind a 20 round and blued free-floated sporter barrel, and supported by a two-piece oil-finished American Walnut stock with precise laser-cut checkering, sling swivel studs, and a solid black rubber recoil pad
Henry Wildlife Edition
$1,229.99 - $1,239.99
Intricately engraved images of elk, white-tailed deer and grouse on American Walnut stock and forearm. Each image is captured and detailed using a combination of modern engraving tools and traditional techniques. Then multiple layers of acrylic colors and a protective sealant highlight each image.
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$1,439.99
This big-bore God Bless America centerfire lever action is a fine example of the gunmaker's craft and the engraver's art. Holding 11 rounds of bone-smashing .44 Magnum power all topped up, this new rifle with blued 20-inch octagon barrel, our standard adjustable buck and bead sights, unobtrusive transfer bar safety, and fancy American walnut furniture, adds a highly polished nickeled plating to its hardened brass receiver. Beautifully setting off that gleaming nickel, cross-hatch and floral scroll engraving on both sides forms an accented background for a 24K gold God Bless America banner below a gold outline of the 48 contiguous states on the right. On the left, the Liberty Bell shows in raised gold relief right next to another God Bless America gold banner. In a painted mural on the stock's right rear side, eight Americans in silhouette contemplating the Stars and Stripes, above a gold banner bearing the opening words to the national anthem, O Say Can You See.
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$1,729.99
Each of the three new Wildlife Long Ranger editions uses the basic package of 7lb weight, 20 round barrel, checkered walnut, straight wrist, folding adjustable rear sight and .062 ivory bead front, transfer bar safety, solid rubber recoil pad, sling swivels, and detachable steel magazine, and adds a high-polish nickel plating to the drilled & tapped lightweight alloy receiver, under scroll engraving that frames 24K gold-inlaid depictions of each animal, on both receiver flats.
Henry The New Original Henry
$1,959.99 - $2,269.99
With great effort, and more than a little pride in a job well done, we've brought back the Original Henry Rifle, made entirely on US soil, just as B. T. Henry's rifles were. Our Henry Original is true to Henry's 1860 patterns and patents, and virtually identical aside from concessions necessary to adapt to the .44-40 and .45 Colt centerfire rounds that replaced the long-obsolete rimfires. This H011 and H011C use a specially-formulated hardened brass receiver with the same tensile strength as steel and they are fitted with a one-piece octagonal barrel and magazine, fancy grade American Walnut stocks, a classic folding ladder rear sight and blade front, traditional half-cock safety hammer notch, and no modernized manual safeties. Both calibers share a 24.5? barrel with a 13round capacity.
Henry The New Original Henry Silver Deluxe Engraved Edition
$3,569.99
The Henry original silver deluxe engraved right handed rifle features a lever action and a barrel length of 24.5". Its receiver is made of steel and has a caliber of 44-40 winchester with a 13+1 capacity. The stock is a walnut wood and the metal is finished in blued. The barrel is a octagon with a rate of twist of 1:36" and folding ladder rear, blade front sights. It weighs 9 lbs and has an over all length of 43".
Marlin Model 336Y
$479.99
Here's the first Marlin lever action to offer the proven deer-getting power of the 30/30 cartridge in a compact format, ideal as a woods gun and equally suited to the younger or smaller-statured hunter. Only 34" in length, featuring a 16.5" Micro-Groove®-rifled barrel, it weighs just 6.5 pounds. And the 336Y SpikeHorn features a short (12.5" length of pull) American black walnut pistol grip stock with flutted comb and cut checkering. Sights include an adjustable semi-buckhorn folding rear, and ramp front sight with brass bead and Wide-Scan? hood. The solid-top receiver is tapped for a scope mount, and the SpikeHorn comes complete with offset, right or left hand, hammer spur for scope mount use.
Marlin Model 336W
$519.99 - $529.99
Created for the no-nonsense deer hunter, the Model 336W lever action has a 6-shot capacity, in 30/30 Win. The 20" Micro-Groove® barrel features adjustable rear and bead front sights, and the receiver is tapped for a scope mount. It features a gold-plated steel trigger and a blued steel barrel band. The walnut finished hardwood stock has cut checkering.
Marlin Model 1895G
$639.99
45/70 Government. Features lever action, 4-shot tubular magazine, 18 1/2" barrel with Ballard-type cut rifling, hammer block safety, 37" long, approx. weight 6 3/4 lbs., genuine American black walnut straight grip stock with cut checkering, ventilated recoil pad, tough Mar-Shield® finish, swivel studs, adjustable folding semi-buckhorn rear, ramp front sight with brass bead and Wide-Scan? hood, receiver tapped for scope mount or receiver sight, offset hammer spur for scope use - works right or left, deeply blued metal surfaces, receiver top sandblasted to prevent glare.
Marlin Model 1895SS
$639.99
Features a 4-shot tubular magazine, lever action with side ejection, solid top receiver sandblasted to prevent glare, hammer block safety, American black walnut pistol grip stock with fluted comb, cut checkering, rubber rifle butt pad, Mar-Shield® finish, swivel studs, 22" barrel with 12-groove Micro-Groove® rifling, adjustable semi-buckhorn folding rear sight, ramp front sight with brass bead and Wide-Scan? hood, receiver tapped for scope mount or receiver sight, offset hammer spur for scope use, 40 1/2" long,
Marlin Model 1894 44 Magnum Special
$669.99
An elegant carbine chambered for pistol calibers. Its handy size is punctuated by a quick-pointing, straight-grip stock design and Old West-styled, adjustable semi-buckhorn sights. 10-shot tubular magazine Lever action with squared finger lever; side ejection; deeply blued metal surfaces; solid-top receiver; hammer block safety; American black walnut straight-grip stock; cut checkering; rubber rifle butt pad; tough Mar-Shield finish. Blued steel fore-end cap; swivel studs; 20 barrel with deep-cut Ballard-type rifling (6 grooves). Adjustable semi-buckhorn folding rear sight, ramp front sight with brass bead and Wide-Scan hood. Solid-top receiver tapped for scope mount.
Marlin Model 336CS W/Cut Checkering
$669.99
30/30 Win., 35 Rem. Lever Action Rifles. Six-shot tubular magazine, approx. 7 lbs., 20" Micro-Groove® barrel, hammer block safety, 38 1/2" overall length, American black walnut checkered pistol grip stock w/fluted comb & tough Mar-Shield® finish, rubber rifle butt pad, swivel studs, adjustable folding semi-buckhorn rear, ramp front sight w/brass bead & removable Wide-Scan? hood, tapped for receiver sight and scope mount, offset hammer spur for scope use - works right or left, deeply blued metal surfaces, receiver top sandblasted to prevent glare.
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