Henry Texas Tribute Edition Review

New Review from NRA American Rifleman

April 1, 2020

Henry Texas Tribute Edition Rifle

Henry Texas Tribute Edition Rifle – Photo Credit: Justin Holt

Remember the Alamo and don’t mess with Texas. It’s a state known the world over for its gritty determination, warm hospitality, snappy attire, mouth-watering BBQ, storied history, and guns. Lots of guns. For these reasons, among many others, the great Lone State State became the first-ever state to get its very own Henry Tribute Edition.

Announced in early 2020, the Texas Tribute Edition‘s glitz is unmistakable. The rifle features a deep black stain on the wood furniture, inlaid brass stars, a Lone Star Flag motif on the buttstock, and everything else that made the Henry Golden Boy .22 the legendary rifle that it is.

Gun writer B. Gil Horman recently published a full review of this special rifle that’s built in honor of a very special state. Check it out by clicking the link below.

Click Here To Read The Review



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  • Patrick Roark
    April 1, 2020

    I just recently bought a Henry Cowboy model in 30.30 with the side gate Henry by far makes the best lever action rifles in the world

  • Michael Reagan
    April 2, 2020

    I own 357 Henry and I love it. That’s my hog gun and when I’m killing at the trap. Those 38 Hp are the best in the rifle. What I like most of all the sound at the barrel is a thump sound No loud cracking sound. Thinking about a Henry in a 6.5 creedmoor. Ya’ll keep the great work up and most of all the craftsmanship that goes into each gun you make.

  • Bobby Alexander
    April 2, 2020

    I own the 45 70 the 44mag 357mag the 44mag in the boy scouts edition the 30 30 the 6.5 creedmore the 243 the 308 the 17 the 22 magnum pump the 22 magnum blue finished the 22 Golden Boy the 4 10 lever action and still buying more Henry. Henry is by far the best made gun on the market. My next purchase will be the 44 40

    • Tom Knight
      April 3, 2020

      Glad the man has a variety of rifles. But Bobby needs to learn how to use commas when making a long list of stuff.

  • Dennis Oneal
    April 3, 2020

    Beast guns made I have 3 made in the usa

  • Fred Denette
    April 3, 2020

    I only have two Henry’s, 22 Golden boy, 410 lever action, I love those guns

  • Stuart slagle
    April 3, 2020

    That is beautiful gun need one for my collection

  • Charlie Grissom
    April 3, 2020

    I hope there is a Kentuck in the works.

  • Jim Colletti
    April 3, 2020

    What can be said except – NICE.

  • Arthur Wiedyk
    April 3, 2020

    The love for the 30/30 will be the memory for many in North American woods. The first and an icon. An accurate lever gun made today would bring me back. 200 yards and out to 300 and I would be dragging out a big boy in Michigan. Show me.

  • Joe Dan Banker
    April 3, 2020

    I was born and raised in TEXAS. I absolutely have this rifle on my list of the next Henry Rifle! Nothing beats a Henry and now they have a TEXAS Henry!!

  • Tom Hall
    November 23, 2020

    You have made many weapons making a tribute to a lot of things in our countries history.Why have you not made tribute to our military wars like ww11,korea,vietnam and so on.

  • Jennifer Stewart
    June 21, 2021

    How many Texas Tribute rifles were made ?

  • Dewey Watson
    August 11, 2021

    Where can I purchase a Henry Texas Addition 22

  • Roy Degeer
    September 2, 2021

    Will this rifle be made in a larger caliber?

  • Frank Haley
    September 5, 2021

    I intended to buy the Texas Tribute rifle. I ask my local gun shop Peterson’s to order it. I ask the clerk to call the factory and request that they change the lever to a big loop lever. He was told they could not do that but they could sell me a big loop lever and my gunsmith could change it.
    Then I have 2 levers, one useless.
    Then I remembered I already had a Henry .22 with a big loop lever.
    So I went to Hobby Lobby and for $5 bought my own Texas stickers and made my own Tribute rifle. Henry lost a $900+ sale.
    Bad customer service.
    Picture upon request. Can’t seem to be able to post a picture here.

  • Mark Engbrock
    October 24, 2021

    Not brass stars. Handled only a few times. Now there mostly silver, disappointing.