To honor the 100th anniversary of the Eagle Scout, each Henry Big Boy rifle is etched with the Eagle Scout Award Medal and selectively nickel-plated on the right side of the receiver with a scroll pattern bracketing the medal and the banner with the words "THIS I PLEDGE MY SACRED HONOR." These words are the closing line of the pledge that is recited to every Eagle Scout at his Eagle Court of Honor as a reminder of what has been achieved and what is promised. A black fill is baked into the side of the brass receiver to highlight the medal, scroll, banner and text. On the left side of the receiver is etched the Official BSA Eagle Scout 100th Anniversary commemorative logo, which is selectively nickel-plated. Also etched and black filled into the receiver are the American scroll pattern and a banner with the words "BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA."
On the forearm's right side are four Eagle Scout badges lasered scrimshaw-style into the American walnut and hand-painted in a nickel coloring. These badges represent the design changes of the badge over its 100 year history. A rendering of a bald eagle is laser etched into the right side of the buttstock and hand-painted in full color along with the words "ONCE AN EAGLE ALWAYS AN EAGLE" an iconic expression that reminds Eagle Scouts that the spirit of the Eagle Scout Award is one demonstrated with honor and conviction throughout their life.
Additional features include: a fully-adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight with an adjustable white diamond insert, a brass bead front sight, and a hardened brass buttplate and barrel band.