Utah County, Utah Henry Golden Boy Rifle
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Only 100 individually numbered rifles will be made!
24 Karat Gold-Plated on the receiver cover and buttplate with a satin finish
Engraved on a fully-functional Henry Golden Boy chambered in .22LR
Made and Engraved in the USA!
Utah County, UT – The place you call Home.
This is the place where people like you and your Family came to settle seeking a new life filled with Prosperity and Freedom. Named for the Ute Indians or Yuta and means “people of the mountains”. Founded in 1850, it became a state on January 4, 1896.
Beginning with the Spanish exploration in 1540, led by Francisco Vasques de Coronado, who was looking for Cibola. Later, European trappers and traders came to explore from Canada and the U.S. In 1824, Jim Bridger became the first known English-speaking person to sight the Great Salt Lake. He thought he had found the Pacific Ocean, because of the salinity of the water. Later he found it was a giant salt lake. Hundreds of trappers came to establish trading posts in the area. By the 1830s, thousands of migrants came to the American West stopping near the Great Salt Lake known as Lake Youta in those days.
Following the death of Joseph Smith in 1844, Brigham Young, president of the Quorum of Twelve, became the effective leader of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He agreed to take the Mormons to Utah and the first band of Mormon pioneers reached the Salt Lake Valley in 1847. More than 70,000 pioneers crossed the plains and settled in Utah. Survival was a struggle. They established Temples, the best known being established in Salt Lake City and was completed in 1893. They also developed irrigation to support the large pioneer settlements.
There were disputes with the Native Americans. During an incident in 1853, Chief Walkara, also known as Wakara, found his brother had been killed. He bargained with the settlers and wanted the death of one of the Americans in return. The settlers refused. This was the beginning of the Walker War. Chief Wakara tried to trade for food, guns and ammunition, offering to sell portions of the land to be paid over a 20 year period. The Wars ended only after the Government removed the Utes to a reservation.
These people, like you and your Family, endured hardships untold just to find a new life. They helped make Utah County, Utah what it is today – a great place to raise a family!
Heroes and Patriots is proud to celebrate your history with you! Engraved on a Henry Golden Boy .22LR rifle, with 24Kt. Gold plating on the receiver cover and butt plate, this beautiful rifle is sure to become a treasured Family Heirloom worthy of passing down through your Family for many generations. There will be only 100 numbered guns in this edition. Makes a great gift for Birthdays, Holidays, Retirement, Executive and Employee Bonuses, Fundraisers and much more!
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