MILFORD, PA — Rocky Mountain Firearms, in conjunction with the Pike County Historical Society, is releasing a special edition rifle to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Pike County, Pennsylvania. These collectable firearms and family heirlooms will be built on collector-grade Henry .22 caliber rifles. There will be 25 Blued Henry rifles and 25 Henry Golden Boy rifles available, and all will be individually numbered.
The rifles will feature various important historical scenes of Pike County engraved into the woodwork of the rifles. Engravings include the Pike County Courthouse 1874, Map of Pike County, picture of Zebulon Montgomery Pike, Columns Museum 1904, Grey Towers 1886, and Roebling’s Delaware Aqueduct 1847.
Rocky Mountain Firearms will make a donation to the Pike County Historical Society on the sale of every rifle. The rifles are available to order now, on a first come first served basis. To make a reservation, call 888/742-4867 or 970/231-3050. For more information, visit www.pikehistorical.org  or call 570/296-8126.