Henry Arms Celebrates the U.S. Border Patrol’s 100th Anniversary With Tribute Edition Rifle

Since its establishment in May 1924, the U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) has continued to fulfill its mission to “Protect the American people, safeguard our borders, and enhance the nation’s economic prosperity.”

To mark the centennial anniversary of the federal law enforcement agencies, Henry Peaking Arms has announced the introduction of a collection of officially licensed U.S. Border Patrol 100th Anniversary Tribute Edition rifles. In partnership with the Border Patrol Museum and Memorial Library Foundation in El Paso, Texas, the new rifles celebrate the agents and employees who have stood at the forefront of America’s security since its establishment by Congress 100 years ago!

Henry Arms Border Patrol 100th Anniversary Edition rifles
In celebration of the U.S. Border Patrol’s 100th anniversary and as a continuation of its steadfast support for America’s law enforcement professionals, Henry Repeating Arms has partnered with the Border Patrol Museum and offers these officially licensed rifles for eligible customers.

The rifles are available to eligible customers at discounted factory-direct pricing, ensuring those who have served can obtain this symbol of their dedication and their agency’s enduring heritage – and purchases are limited to verified active-duty, retired, and former Border Patrol agents and current Customs and Border Protection employees.

“We are honored to continue serving those who serve us by doing what we know how to do best, which is manufacturing firearms,” Anthony Imperato, founder and CEO of Henry Repeating Arms. “These special Henry rifles are a token of our unwavering respect for the brave men and women who deserve our support now more than ever. It’s a challenging, dangerous job, and my hat’s off to all those who have worn the badge.”

Henry Repeating Arms has introduced four unique U.S. Border Patrol 100th Anniversary Tribute Edition rifles, including two that are built on Henry’s award-winning Golden Boy .22 S/L/LR platform, while the other two are built on its larger sibling, the Big Boy Brass .357 Magnum/.38 Special as a nod to the caliber once widely used in the revolvers carried by Border Patrol agents.

Each platform is further being offered in two designs – with one featuring the Department of Justice-issued badge used before the agency’s restructuring in 2003, and the other offering the badge issued today by Customs and Border Protection under the Department of Homeland Security. All of the new rifles include the U.S. Border Patrol 100th anniversary commemorative badge, along with intricate scrollwork engraving, an engraved brick border motif around the edges of the receiver, and genuine American walnut stocks with the U.S. Border Patrol emblem engraved on the right side of the buttstock.

Henry Repeating Arms has been a supporter of those serving in law enforcement, donating more than $225,000 to related organizations, notably those providing support to the families and children of officers fallen or injured in the line of duty. That has included $25,000 to the Border Patrol Foundation, and to further protect the legacy and history of the U.S. Border Patrol, Henry Repeating Arms will donate a portion of the proceeds from each firearm sold to The Border Patrol Museum and Memorial Library Foundation, which receives no federal funding and relies solely on donations to sustain operations.

The Henry Golden Boy U.S. Border Patrol 100th Anniversary Edition rifles chambered in .22 S/L/LR are available now for a USBP exclusive price of $800, while the Henry Big Boy U.S. Border Patrol 100th Anniversary Edition rifles in .357 Mag/.38 Special are being offered for $1,150 (USBP exclusive price).

Peter Suciu is a Michigan-based freelance writer who regularly covers firearms related topics and military history. As a reporter, his work has appeared in dozens of magazines, newspapers, and websites. Among those are The National Interest, Forbes, and many others. He has collected military small arms and military helmets most of his life, and just recently navigated his first NFA transfer to buy his first machine gun. He is co-author of the book A Gallery of Military Headdress, which was published in February 2019. It is his third book on the topic of military hats and helmets.

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