It has been said that the Grey and Brass 1860 Henry Lever Action Rifle could be loaded on a Sunday and fire all week long! This replica rifle recreates this classic gun in impressive detail, so that this rifle looks and feels quite real. This rifle possesses a 24 inch long octagonal barrel and a tubular magazine that once held 15 .44 caliber shells. It saw use during both the Civil War and the later days of the Wild West. It was primarily a weapon of the Union troops, if only because it required specialized ammunition that the Confederate Army did not have reliable access to. As you can imagine, this rifle was considered something of a point of pride to any Union soldier who owned one. This replica rifle features a working lever action and a moving, flip-up sight, as well as a solid wood stock and a metal butt plate, as well as a stunning brass frame finish that goes a long way towards recreating the look of this impressive rifle. The rifle has an overall length of 42.5 inches. Please note that this is a replica rifle, and in spite of any moving parts, it is not designed to be convertible into a working firearm and cannot fire live ammo. Also, it should not be excessively dry fired. You will feel like a real western hero when you pick up this rifle, making it a great prop that has all the working parts necessary to look real. And when you are not using it or showing it off, the Grey and Brass 1860 Henry Lever Action Rifle makes for a fantastic display piece to hang up on your mantel, for all to see and admire.
- A Decorative, Non-Firing Replica Rifle
- A Detailed Replica of the 1860 Henry Rifle
- Has an Incredibly Real Look and Feel
- Features a Working Lever Action
- A Great Collectible, Prop Weapon, or Gift Idea
- Made from a Zinc Alloy
- Has a Metal Butt Plate and A Wood Stock
- Overall Length: 42.5 Inches
- Barrel Length: 24 Inches
- Weight: 6.5 lbs.