the men, women and families who devote their lives to feeding
the world, the Henry Repeating Arms Company is pleased
to present the American Farmer Tribute Rifle.
They stand at the head of a line extending back a hundred generations; men, women and families who have coaxed the bounty of the earth from the rocky soil of New England, the vast fertile prairies of the west, the lush green valleys of central California, and every corner of the continent from sea to shining sea.
Whether they labor with sweat and muscle or work with modern computerized machinery and advanced degrees, the essence of their lives remains as it’s been since our ancestors ceased searching for food and settled the land.
They rise in the darkness before dawn, toil ceaselessly through the hours of light, and seldom finish until long after nightfall. Season after season they endure, strumming the rhythms of the natural world to bringing forth the harvest.
We salute the American Farmer with this tribute edition featuring detailed scenes of farming life etched into the receiver and splashed with gold, with additional images lovingly carved into the American Walnut stock. It’s a .22 caliber work of art to carry, use and display with pride, carrying our message of heartfelt gratitude to a hundred generations, past and present, who feed our world.
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|American Farmer Tribute Edition|
|Action Type||Lever Action|
16 rounds .22 LR|
21 rounds .22 Short
|Sights||Fully adjustable semi-buckhorn rear, with reversible white diamond insert and brass beaded front sight|
|Finish||Nickel receiver, brasslite barrel band, brass buttplate & blued lever and barrel|
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Just bought this for my Father, He has been wanting the “Farmer Edition” for a long time.
My dealer could not find one, but found this at Theisen’s in Marshalltown IA.
Still looking for that h004V, just wanted to say how much Dad and I love Henrys and how beautiful this one is. The biggest problem is I know he will never fire it, But I do mine.
Thanx again, for making such awesome firearms.