Boy Scouts of America®
Centennial Edition

Boy Scouts of America®
Centennial Edition Tribute Rifle

Celebrate 100 years of Scouting

BSA 100The Boy Scouts of America® celebrate their 100th Anniversary in 2010. To commemorate this occasion, Henry Repeating Arms announces the release of its Henry Golden Boy “Boy Scouts of America® Centennial Edition” licensed rifle. To mark this milestone, this special rifle features the Scouts Oath, Scouts Law, scrollwork and traditional Boy Scouts of America logo embellishing the receiver, as well as a 100 Years of Scouting logo and Centennial Edition gold filled etchings in the buttstock and forearm.

BSA 100

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Customer Comments

ron and ron

Anthony,

Attached is a photo of Air Force Chief Master Sergeant Asa Carter with the rifle.  The presentation of the Henry rifles to Chief Carter, and the other veterans that we have honored over the years, reinforces the ties between the ideals of Scouting and the values of this nation and the military that protects it.   I believe that you would have been proud of the surprise and appreciation that Chief Carter showed when presented the rifle, and with the comments that he made to the crowd.

Thank you again for the rifle and your support of Scouting.

Christian Swaim  |  Assistant Scout Executive
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Westark Area Council

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Specifications
BSA Centennial Edition
Model Number H004BSA
Action Type Lever Action
Caliber .22 S/L/LR
Capacity 16 rounds .22 LR
21 rounds .22 Short
Length 38.5"
Barrel Length 20"
Weight 6.75 lbs.
Stock American Walnut
Sights Adjustable Buckhorn rear, beaded front sight
Finish Brasslite receiver, brass buttplate and blued barrel and and metal barrel band
M.S.R.P. $899.95

*Ask your local Henry dealer to give you a quote.

Customer Comments

ron and ron

As soon as I got the rifles home, I unwrapped them, photographed them and sent the pictures to my Scouting acquaintances world-wide. Your BSA Commemoratives have been well received by my colleagues in the Scouting community.

One reply I received from my best friend and fellow Scouter included these enthusiastic words – “Well you fell in it and came up roses. I have no idea what you paid for those rifles but the walnut in the stocks is beautiful let alone the engraving. The commemoration makes them priceless. They certainly are too pretty for wall hangers (that’s a joke, son! – no lectures). In future years, regardless of the books that measure such things, they should be impossible to value. I could guess that Mr. Imperato would have to be a ex or current Scouter to want to produce such a work of art for the organization. God bless him. Don”

Like myself, Don is a Scout/Scouter with more than a half century of experience and service in and to Scouting.

I will continue to exhibit my rifles in the Scouting community and let them speak for themselves. Thank you for your efforts on behalf of the Scouting community and all who serve the youth of our nation.

Yours in Scouting,

Ron Shoupe Sr.
Eagle Scout Class of 1957
Silver Explorer Class of 1957
Eagle Scout Dad Class of 2007
Assistant Scoutmaster, NCAC BSA Troop 1250
Advisor, Emeritus, NCAC Explorer Post 1267
and
Ron Shoupe Jr.
Eagle Scout Class of 2007
Assistant Scoutmaster, NCAC BSA Troop 1250
Vice President, NCAC Venture Crew 1250

ron and ron

Anthony,

Attached is a photo of Air Force Chief Master Sergeant Asa Carter with the rifle.  The presentation of the Henry rifles to Chief Carter, and the other veterans that we have honored over the years, reinforces the ties between the ideals of Scouting and the values of this nation and the military that protects it.   I believe that you would have been proud of the surprise and appreciation that Chief Carter showed when presented the rifle, and with the comments that he made to the crowd.

Thank you again for the rifle and your support of Scouting.

Christian Swaim  |  Assistant Scout Executive
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Westark Area Council