selected for the “”Return of a Monarch” Tribute is
the Henry Repeating Arms .45-70 lever action with
brass receiver and presentation-grade Walnut stock.
The .45-70 has been a part of the American shooting
scene for nearly 150 years but the Henry lever
action .45-70 with solid brass receiver has been
available to Henry Repeating fans and .45-70 fans
for just a short time.
This new brass
receiver Model H010B features a 22-inch octagonal
barrel and four-round capacity. Receiver is drilled
and tapped for a Weaver 63B mount. Also features
solid brass butt plate, sling swivels, large loop
lever, full adjustable semi-buckhorn rear and brass
beaded front sight. Overall rifle length is 40.4”
and weight is 8.10 pounds.
straight grip Presentation grade American walnut.
The photos showing each side of butt stock and each
side of forearm are photos of the gun you are
bidding on. Other photos are generic photos
showing engraving and other features of rifle, knife
Engraving on the
right side of the receiver is based on an original
charcoal drawing, “On the Brink” created for this
project by well-known South Dakota artist Ray Kelly.
It portrays a Bison bull and cow looking over an
expanse of prairie that once included thousands of
grazing bison. The question posed by the painting is
whether Bison, then on the brink, would ever again
graze American prairies. The “Return of a Monarch”
Bison Tribute celebrates the fact that, today; Bison
again graze America’s prairies by the thousands.
receiver’s left side is based on a Wild Wings
exclusive Rosemary Millett oil painting entitled
“Dusty Plains Bison”. Millet created the painting
after watching two bison bulls walk across a South
Dakota plain and being amazed at how much dust two
ambling bison could generate.
Your rifle symbolizes one of the last 1,091 bison
remaining in America in 1889. It is unique
opportunity to show your respect for the Bison—named
America’s National Mammal in 2016-and to display a
custom-engraved rifle in your office or den
alongside the paintings on which your rifle’s
engraving was based--all with matching serial
As the high bidder on this
rifle, Serial Number 0100BISON1091, you
have the option of taking this rifle or any other
serial number still available, including many low
High bidder also has the option of ordering the Ross
Tyser Bowie Knife and art prints described below—all
with serial numbers matching your rifle.
Ross Tyser “Bison Tribute Bowie Knife