HENRY H010 45/70 LEVER ACTION; 18" BLUED BARREL, WALNUT STOCK, 4 RD. CAP., ADJUSTABLE GHOST RING PEEP SIGHT, SLING STUDS
Introduced by the U.S. Army in 1873, the .45-70 cal. has been popular with large-game hunters from the beginning. Now it’s available for use in one of the most popular guns of all time. Beginning with its significant role in the Civil War to its renowned status as one of the most sought-after rifles in the Western frontier, the Henry rifle has become a legendary part of American history. To this day, all Henry rifles continue to be "made in the USA and priced right." High-end American-walnut pistol-grip buttstock and steel-capped forend compare favorably to the quality found in guns costing three times more. Blued-steel receiver comes fitted with an 18.5" round barrel and a tubular magazine with four-round capacity. Other features include blade front sight, drilled and tapped receiver for scope mounting and soft rubber pad for reduced recoil.