Taylors and Company's 1860 Henry Lever Action features a 24-1/4" Octagonal Tapered Blue Barrel with brass frame and butt plate. The "Henry", named after its inventor, is the first repeating rifle in history. With it, one man could load 15 cartridges in eight to ten seconds. It was such an important innovation that it was the equivalent as 15 men armed with tradtional firearms. This model features a 24.25" tapered octagon blued barrel, forged brass frame and brass butt plate. The barrel has an integrated magazine tube with a 13-round capacity, a rear ladder sight and a blade front sight. It has a beautiful walnut stock for a total length of 43.75".
|Caliber||45 Colt (LC)|
|Metal Finish||Brass Receiver/Blued Barrel|
|Sights||Adjustable Rear, Blade Front|
|Barrel Length Range||24.00" to 25.99"|
|Weight Range||9.00 lbs to 9.99 lbs|
|Stock Finish Group||Wood|
|Metal Finish Group||Brass|
Determined at checkout.