Situated along the majestic Green Mountains, Rutland County has a rich and vibrant history with a proud and enduring legacy. Celebrated for events during the American Revolutionary War, where the infamous Green Mountain Boys led by renowned patriot Ethan Allen fought the British to establish a free and united Vermont Republic.
With a fiercely sovereign spirt, the citizens of Rutland have always fought to ensure their right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. In 1903, a Rutland City ordinance restricting the carrying of firearms led to the Vermont Supreme Court’s decision in State v. Rosenthal. The ordnance was promptly challenged and removed, thereby establishing protection for the carrying of firearms without permit or license, amounting to what has become known as “Vermont Carry.”
In the early 19th century, high-quality marble deposits were discovered, and Rutland would become home to the world’s largest underground quarries. Bolstered by the arrival of the railroad, Rutland would become one of the world’s leading marble producers, bringing further industry and innovation to the area. No matter where you are from in Rutland County, it holds true that this is a region rich in heritage and American pride!
Built on the iconic Henry “Big Boy”.44 Magnum, this lever features a pristine 24 karat gold-plated finish with ornately engraved artwork on the receiver and walnut stock. Limited to only 14 numbered rifles, this edition is the perfect gift to commemorate your heritage and continue your legacy! Call today to learn more about this exclusive firearm and how you can claim one for yourself!
- Only 14 Numbered Rifles will Be Made!
- Fully-functional Henry “Big Boy” .44 Magnum
- 24 Karat Gold-plated Finish w/ Engraving!
- Easy payment Plans Available