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Henry Cody Stampede Celebrates 100 Years of Rodeo

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Next year marks the 100th anniversary of the Cody Stampede Rodeo, one of America’s longest running professional rodeos. So Henry Repeating Arms is tipping its hat with an exclusive 100th Anniversary Henry Cody Stampede Rodeo rifle. Consequently, the lever-action is chambered in the iconic caliber of .45 Colt.

Most importantly, the rifles are available for sale to the public. Further, all proceeds are applied to the celebration and preservation of Cody, Wyoming as the “Rodeo Capital of the World.”

First, Baron Engraving, of Trumbull, CT, embellished the rifles with highly detailed scrollwork engraving on the bright silver receivers which is surrounded with a 24K gold-filled lasso motif. Moreover, the top of the receiver is engraved with the words, “1919 | Cody Stampede Centennial | 2019.” Additionally, the rifles are built on Henry’s Big Boy Silver platform featuring a blued steel octagonal barrel, fully adjustable semi-buckhorn sights and a brass bead front sight, and fancy-grade American walnut stocks.

Celebrating History: Henry Cody Stampede

“Cody, Wyoming is one of those places in this country that just oozes American history and a distinct Old West frontier vibe, and it’s a pleasure to celebrate that history with them,” said Anthony Imperato, Henry President and Owner. “We really appreciate the great folks at the Cody Stampede Rodeo choosing our rifles for their centennial anniversary, and hopefully they will go a long way to preserving this important American heritage for another 100 years.”

The series of 50 rifles will be available for sale to the public for $1,919. Also, the Cody Stampede office and Rocky Mountain Discount Sports of Cody, WY, will carry the rifles.  Contact info@codystampederodeo.com or the Cody Stampede Board Office, PO Box 1327, Cody, WY 82414, (307)587-5155, for sales inquiries or requests for info.

For more information, visit henryusa.com.


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