The original was patented by B. Tyler Henry of New Haven Arms Company under the presidency of Oliver Winchester who later gave his name to later models and to the company. The Henry was produced from 1860 to 1865, serial numbered 1 to 12, 000. These rifles are N/SSA approved. The buttstock is of European walnut with a satin finish. Buttstock has a straight grip and is mounted with a brass crescent buttplate. Caliber is 45LC. The barrel is 24 1/4" long and blued. It is tapered octagonal with intragal magazine beneath the barrel. Cut rifle bore with rifling 4 thousands of an inch deep. The twist is 1 turn and 36" and is rifled with 6 lands and grooves. The front sight is a silver blade and the rear sight is a military ladder style. The gun is chambered for 45LC cartridge in either black powder or factory loaded ammunition. Magazine holds 12 rounds. The brass frame and buttplate are finished bright while the lever and barrel are blued. Comes with sling swivels mounted on left side of buttstock and barrel. Made in Italy by Uberti. MODERN GUN RULES APPLY.(See F.A.Q. #7).
THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO CANADA.
CURRENT SUPPLY DOES NOT HAVE SLING SWIVELS.