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The First True Repeating Rifle
Brass Frame & Octagonal Barrel
Attractive Walnut Stock
Lever Lock at Rear of Receiver
External Cartridge Follower
In October of 1860, B.T. Henry was granted a patent for the design of first true repeating rifle to be made - an invention so significant that the gun was named Henry and the cartridges bore his marking "H". One man could load 15 cartridges in 8-10 seconds, the equivalent of having 15 men manned with traditional firearms. Brass frame. Octagonal barrel, tapered on top w/incorporated magazine tube. Walnut stock. Brass buttplate. Lever lock at rear of receiver. External cartridge follower aids in loading the magazine.