Museum Raffling Commemorative Rifle

Benjamin T. Henry developed his lever-action repeating rifle just before the start of the Civil War in 1860. Oliver Winchester acquired Henry's original design which inspired the famous Winchester Model 1866.

Now it's your turn to take home a piece of history. The Sheridan County Historical Society & Museum is raffling off a Commemorative .22 caliber Henry Golden-boy Rifle from Historical Armory, Incorporated. The firearm includes the Henry's classic octagonal barrel and lever action with an American Walnut Stock. A tubular magazine can hold up to 16 .22 LR cartridges. This rifle has custom Sheridan County artwork and engraving on the stock and receiver. Historical Armory has only produced twenty-five Sheridan County Commemorative Golden-boy Rifles. You have the chance of winning #2 of 25. Drop by Rocky Mountain Sporting Goods in Sheridan to see the rifle in person.

 

You can buy your tickets today at the Sheridan County Historical Society & Museum or Rocky Mountain Discount Sporting Goods in Sheridan. Tickets are $20 apiece or 3 for $50. There are only 450 tickets available, so get yours today. The drawing will take place January 25 at the Museum's 2018 Gala featuring Michael Martin Murphy. However, you don't need to be present to win. Proceeds benefit the Sheridan County Historical Society & Museum.

We want to thank our wonderful sponsors: Prime Rate Motors, State Farm Insurance-Jon Oman, J'Dan Construction, Mossholders, and Rocky Mountain Discount Sporting Goods.

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