Shriners Tribute Edition
Men of compassion who portray fellowship, fun and the Masonic principles of brotherly love, relief and truth.
Shriners are known in their communities as men of character and compassion. Shriners International is a fraternity based on fun, fellowship and the Masonic principles of brotherly love, relief and truth with nearly 200 temples (chapters) and clubs in several countries, and thousands of clubs around the world. In addition to participating in fun activities, Shriners are committed to helping children.
This fully functional work of art sports an iconic 20″ blued steel octagonal barrel, semi-buckhorn rear sights with a brass bead front sight and matching brass buttplate and barrel band. It’s chambered in .22 S/L/LR with a capacity of 16 rounds of .22 LR and as much as 21 rounds of . 22 Short.
This tribute rifle is built on the award-winning Golden Boy platform so it’s inherently smooth action and top-notch performance will never let you down on the range when it’s not being proudly displayed in your home.
Shriners Tribute Edition .22 S/L/LR»
Octagon Blued Steel
Fully Adj. Semi-Buckhorn w/ Diamond Insert
Drilled and Tapped
Receiver engraving with 24K gold plating. Engraved/painted stock, Shriner Tribute
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Anthony Imperato, President of Henry Repeating Arms (L) presenting Serial #1 of the Shriners Tribute Edition Rifle to Gary Bergenske, the Imperial Potentate of Shriners International (R).
The right side of the receiver cover features an engraved Shriner shield in 24K gold plating and a banner scroll with the words “Fun, Fellowship and Philanthropy,” the core values of Shriners International.
The left side of the receiver cover has the Shriner logo also plated in 24K gold.
The hand-painted stock’s right side has the ever-present red Fez, with the Shriner logo and an attached tassel. A gold-painted banner scroll is off to the Fez’s side, on a diagonal, and contains the words “Shriners International.”