Eagle Scout Tribute Edition .22 S/L/LR
Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle
Since its inception in 1911, the rank of Eagle Scout has represented the pinnacle of Scouting. Awarded to a select few young men who have demonstrated the highest levels of leadership and commitment to duty, the distinctive red-white-and-blue Eagle Scout™ badge distinguishes those dedicated scouts as truly the best of the best. The honored title of Eagle Scout is held for life and those that obtain it are expected to become leaders in whatever pursuit they choose.
Neil Armstrong and President Gerald Ford are among the numerous captains of industry, athletes, politicians and celebrities who call themselves Eagle Scouts.
We’re honored to introduce this commemorative edition of the American-made Henry Golden Boy as a tribute to all the young men who have earned scouting’s highest award.
The gleaming nickel-plated receiver is adorned with spectacular engraving hand cut by Henry engraver Rob Bunting. The right side is highlighted by the image of a majestic bald eagle accented by distinctive American scrollwork and a banner proclaiming the proud sentiment of all Eagle Scouts: Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle. The left side bears the image of the famous Eagle Scout™ medal and banners reading Eagle Scout and Boy Scouts of America. The engraved images on both sides and the winged leaf border are selectively plated with brilliant 24-karat gold.
A tri-colored medallion replicating the Eagle Scout™ badge is inserted into the richly grained American walnut stock. The six badges of advancement which mark a scout’s advancement to the Eagle Scout rank and the text Trail to Eagle are inscribed on the right side of the forearm and hand painted with gleaming gold fill.
Proud Eagle Scout, Caden Roland Jones with his Henry Eagle Scout Tribute Edition .22.
Hello Henry repeating arms company,
This is a photo of my son and I with our Henry rifles. We both love our Henry’s and are very proud to own them. My son Daniel just received his Eagle scout rank and I couldn’t think of a better gift to give him. Thank for the excellent product that you produce, and keep up the good work.
Greg Delano and son Daniel
Anthony, thank you so much for going above and beyond reasonable expectations in getting a last minute Eagle Scout Commemorative Rifle for my son’s eagle ceremony. It put the icing on the cake for a very memorable achievement. This is something he will have the rest of his life and then be able to pass on to future generations.
The quality of Henry Rifles is only exceeded by your customer service. God bless you Sir, for your efforts to be part of such an important event!
Attached you’ll find a photo of myself, Donovan Cook, (Eagle Scout) and Donovan’s Godfather, Bill Perkins, also an Eagle scout.
Again, many thanks to you and your staff for the great product and service you provide!
David S. Cook, BAT, CPC
I wanted to share a picture of our three son’s holding their Golden Boy Eagle Scout Tribute Edition .22’s. We were able to find consecutive serial numbers and order through Trail Boss Outfitter’s, a local gun shop in Sierra Vista, AZ. These, along with my wife Kathleen’s Silver Eagle and my Mare’s Leg, have become some of our prized possessions and family heirloom’s. We appreciate the craftsmanship and they live up to the Henry reputation. Please send me instructions on submitting the photo.
Mike and Kathleen Oliver
Here are the delivered products! The boys were all thrilled and very surprised!
Four Eagles, with Henry Golden Boy, Eagle Scout, .22 Caliber Rifles !
Heyward H. Hoover
Retired, Eagle Scout Father
Thank you for responding.
The attached picture is of my Grandson, Daniel Coleman who had his Eagle Scout Court of Honor Ceremony on April 14, 2018. The picture shows him receiving the Henry from me, with his troop members looking on.
Thank you again Henry Repeating Arms for producing such a fine Weapon.
Dear Mr. Imperato,
As a follow-up to the below email string I wanted to share the story of my Dad, (I want you to know his name – Grayson Kellar). Dad finally retired at the end of last year and as you hear so often, was diagnosed with cancer in June this year and after a hard fought battle he lost that fight Oct. 2, just a few weeks ago at the age of 79.
There are 7 Eagle Scouts in our family (me, my 3 brothers, and 3 nephews) with 2 nephews to go. We purchased the Henry earlier in September, the 3rd nephew had just successfully gone before the review board a week prior to Dad being admitted back into the hospital the last week in September. After a few hopeful days we all came to the realization that he was not going to make it home. So…..we talked to the security guards at the hospital (we decided it best to receive permission to bring a firearm into the hospital vs. smuggle it in), and with family, friends, doctors, nurses (and security guard) in his hospital room held a ceremony to award my nephew his Eagle and presented Dad with the Henry. You could see the joy on this proud man’s face because he is the one to introduce me, my 3 brothers at an early age to shooting and Boy Scouts. It was also as if he sensed we were up to something because within 3 hours of the ceremony he was unconscious and held on for another 48 hours until God decided it was time for him to rest in his arms.
Dad started Boy Scouts but was not able to stay active because he had to work to support his family but ensured we would have the opportunities scouting provides that he never enjoyed. Dad was involved locally, nationally and internationally in Boy Scouts as you can see by the pictures attached.
Lastly, we are having a Henry Rifle rack and plaque made out of walnut to tell the story, his legacy, with room for brass plates for the 7 current Eagle Scouts plus many more over the next generations to come. Once again I wanted to share our story and the importance of the Eagle Scout and Henry Rifle ceremony in honor of Dad meant to us all.
Andrew G. Kellar
Here are three new Henry rifle owners. Left to right: Shawn Mifflin – American Farmer, Glynn Murphy – Eagle Scout, and Michael Murphy – Eagle Scout. Would not have happened without you and the great folks at Henry Rifles. Thanks again.
My husband Kevin MacKenzie presented his dad on fathers day The Henry rifle Eagle Scout for all the years he dedicated to both his sons and many others as their Scout Master through the Eagle Scout level.
Wetumpka Alabama Youth completes Eagle Scout project for AHERO
Philip White, a freshman at Wetumpka High School and Member of BSA Troop 13 recently completed his Eagle Scout project. He built two hunting houses to benefit a local veterans group, AHERO. AHERO connects Veterans through outdoor activities as a means to recover from their physical and psychological trauma to reintegrate with American life. Philip along with help from members of his Scout Troop, collected funds and donated materials and built two handicap accessible hunting houses on sleds that can be moved from place to place on the AHERO property to allow veterans to participate in hunting activities in a weatherproof environment. The houses have ramps leading to a 36 inch door to allow veterans with severe disabilities access. When asked about his Eagle Scout project, Philip stated, “When I first visited AHERO and Major Stuckey and learned about what they do, I was very excited. It was a way that I could give back to the very people that make it possible for all of us to live in freedom. They have sacrificed so much for all of us. We can never repay them for what they have endured, but if this one thing could make a difference in their lives, I wanted to do it.”
AHERO was founded by a local Marine, Major Lee Stuckey. AHERO (America’s Heroes Enjoying Recreation Outdoors) connects Veterans with patriotic members of local communities by organizing outdoor events and social activities. They allow veterans to get together and hunt, fish, and do a lot of other outdoor activities, but mostly provide them a place to heal with others who are going thru similar struggles. AHERO is a non-profit, and if you would like to help them out, please visit their website at WWW.AHEROUSA.COM. Contributions are tax deductible, and AHERO works with a 100% volunteer staff.
Pictured Left to Right: Major Stuckey, Philip White with his new Henry Rifle Eagle Scout edition and Dalton White.
Good morning! Dominic passed his Eagle Scout Board of Review last night. When we came home we gave him the .22. I love the expressions on his face when he saw how special this rifle is! Thanks again for making Dominic’s Eagle celebration so memorable!
Sincerely Heidi and family
Conner Matthew Dillard
Branden Yagelski- Eagle Scout Graduated Marines Boot Camp
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