steel-framed lever-action rifle
9 lbs. empty
The m1860 Henry rifle is an icon of both the
American West and firearms history. Designed by
Benjamin Tyler Henry and manufactured by Oliver
Winchester’s New Haven Arms Company, the m1860
was one of the first commercially successful
repeating rifles and the direct ancestor of the
lever-action designs that remain popular to this
This steel-framed reproduction was produced by
Uberti in Italy. Chambered for .45 Colt, the
rifle has a 24.5-inch octagonal barrel, a
13-round tubular magazine, and a ladder-style
sight. The overall finish is standard bluing
with case coloring on the lever and hammer.
shoots the brass-framed Uberti m1860
is in new, unfired condition, but it is old
stock and has the expected handling marks.
Accordingly, it is priced well below the
manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $1,460.