Henry Repeating Arms Introduces Licensed Special Edition Philmont® Scout Ranch Rifle

The Philmont® Scout Ranch Rifle celebrates the Boy Scouts of America’s oldest high adventure base and the largest youth camp in the world by size and number of participants. This Henry Frontier Lever .22 is offered with the Philmont® Black Bull logo embellished with an 18 kt. gold plate on the right side of the dark receiver cover.

The American walnut stock has a laser etched and hand painted rendering of the iconic Tooth of Time, with the words TOOTH OF TIME emblazoned underneath the mountain’s slope. On the forearm is the scripted word “Philmont” and the Philmont horse brand and cattle brand cut into the wood.

For a free catalog and a list of Henry dealers in your area, please call toll free at (866) 200-2354  or visiting henryrepeating.com.

Source: BSA Licensing Insider January 2011, Vol. 4, No. 1

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Philmont is not the BSA’s oldest national high adventure base. It was founded in 1938, but Northern Tier National High Adventure was founded 15 years earlier in 1923.

By Al on January 23rd, 2011 at 12:02 am

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@Al – If they didn’t count Northern Tier until it became a National High Adventure Base in 1972, the article would be correct.

The wording was used in the marketing materials, BSA Licensing Newsletter, and news release.

By Dan on January 27th, 2011 at 9:03 pm

@Dan – That was simply a name change with the opening to two canadian programs. The marketing material on the National site is not correct as Philmont has already corrected their material from “oldest” to “largest”.

By Al on January 28th, 2011 at 6:13 pm
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