Henry's Color Case Hardened rifles combine old with new. The colors come from a genuine case-hardening process on the frame and rifle-style forend cap that sets these rifles apart. In the woods, where they’re right at home, the deep bluing, dark walnut, and mottled case colors form their own basic camouflage. The rifles themselves are built at Henry's Rice Lake, Wisconsin factory in traditional form with octagonal barrels, adjustable buckhorn and bead sights, and checkered walnut furniture. The modern part comes from the quality steels, the transfer bar safety, Henry's reliable magazine tube loading, sling swivel studs, a drilled and tapped frame, and a ventilated rubber recoil pad.