Georgia Henry Golden Boy Rifle
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Only 100 numbered rifles will be engraved!
24 Karat Gold-Plated on the barrel-band, receiver cover, and buttplate with a satin finish
Engraved on a fully-functional Henry Golden Boy chambered in .22LR
Can be personalized
Layaway Available: $100 down to start!
Made and Engraved in the USA!
Georgia – 1870 – 2017 – The place you call home.
This is the place where people, like you and your Family, came to find a new life filled with Freedom and Prosperity. Georgia was a British colony started in 1733 and was the last of the original Thirteen Colonies. Known as the Peach State and the Empire of the South, they revolted against British rule by signing the Declaration of Independence in 1776. It was the fourth state to ratify the United States Constitution, January 2, 1788.
In 1829 gold was discovered in the North Georgia mountains, starting the Georgia Gold Rush, and a federal mint was established at Dahlonega. It operated until 1861. The influx of settlers put pressure on the government to take land from the Cherokee Nation. In 1830, President Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act, sending all the eastern Native American tribes of Georgia to reservations in Oklahoma. In 1838 federal troops rounded up the Cherokee and deported them. Known as the Trail of Tears, this led to the deaths of over 4,000 Cherokees.
Georgia was a major theatre of the Civil War with battles at Chickamauga, Kennesaw Mountain and Atlanta. It was one of the original seven Confederate States, seceding from the Union on January 19, 1861 and was the last state to be restored to the Union on July 15, 1870.
The pirate, Blackbeard, Edward Teach, was an English pirate who operated around the West Indies and the eastern coast of Britain’s North American colonies. Born in 1680, he is thought to have been a sailor on privateer ships during Queen Anne’s War. He settled on the island of New Providence, Bahamas around 1716 when he joined Capt. Benjamin Hornigold, taking command of a sloop he had captured. Teach captured a French merchant vessel and renamed her Queen Anne’s Revenge. He mounted 40 cannons on her and became a renowned pirate. His name derived from his thick black beard and fearsome appearance. He was reported to tie lit fuses into his hair to frighten enemies. He formed an alliance with other pirates and blockaded Charles Town, SC, ransoming the inhabitants. He ran Queen Anne’s Revenge aground on a sandbar near Beaufort, NC. Teach and some of his crew were killed by a small group of sailors in 1718. He is said to have buried his treasure on what is now known as Blackbeard Island. For 300 years people have been looking for that treasure, though it has never been found.
Heroes and Patriots is proud to celebrate your history with this Special Limited-Edition Henry Golden Boy .22LR Rifle. There will be only 100 numbered rifles for the entire state. With the beautiful 24 Kt. Gold plating on the Barrel Band, Receiver Cover and Butt Plate, this will be a treasured heirloom for many generations. Makes a great gift for Retirement, Holidays, Birthdays, Rewards for Employees and Executives, and much more!
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