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Seller: Elk County Ammo and Arms
Company: Elk County Ammo and Arms
Member Since: 5/10/11
Country: United States
Phone: (814) 834-9451
Fax: (844) 553-1123
Active Listings: 1655
Seller Type:FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
Shipping cost is a flat rate of $30.00. All firearms must be either shipped to a dealer in your state or picked up at our retail store in Saint Marys, PA. The buyer assumes the responsibility for transfer fees or background check fees that the receiving dealer will charge. It is also the buyer's responsibility to insure that the dealer will accept the firearm(s). We encourage that the buyer contact the dealer before we transfer the gun to them for pick-up to insure that there are no problems with your transfer. If the dealer refuses to accept delivery of your firearm, you will be responsible for shipping charges to recover the firearm and reship it to a dealer that is willing to receive it.
Payment Methods: At this time we are only accepting Credit or Debit cards as a payment method. All credit / debit card payments must be billed to a US based address. To place an order for this product please go directly to our store website ammoandarmsstore.com. Please then input the Seller’s Inventory # into the search bar located at the top of the page. The product you searched for should be the first one shown in the results below, you can then click on the selected product and if this item is still available you will then have the option to Add to Cart. Please then proceed to Check Out. Your entire order can be completed through our website including making payment. If the item you’ve selected is not in stock there will be an option to enter your email address to be notified when it is available.
Uberti 1860 Henry Steel Rifle .45 Colt 24.5" Octagon 342360
Model: 1860 Henry Steel Rifle
Caliber: .45 Colt
Barrel Length: 24.5" Octagonal
Twist:? 1:16" RH
Weight: 9 lbs
Stock: Grade A Walnut
Case-Hardened Frame and Lever, Blue Buttplate
B. Tyler Henry of the New Haven Arms Company introduced the Henry rifle the year the Civil War began. Only 1,700 of the lever-action repeating rifles were issued to Union troops, but the gun?s reputation quickly grew. Southerners dubbed it "that tarnation Yankee rifle that they load on Sunday and shoot all week." After the war, the Henry went West. There was more than one of the Henry rifles in the fight at Little Big Horn. Unfortunately for Custer, all of the Henrys were used by Indians. Early bronze-framed Henry rifles were followed by more rugged, iron-framed models. Uberti offers two brass-framed and one steel-framed Henry. All models are chambered in .44-40 and .45 Colt.