Henry Arms has a big heart.

Donating rifles for great causes is just one way they show their love.

See below how to get your very own limited edition “Miss Milah’s Miracle” rifle.

One of 55 beautiful Henry Arms “Miss Milah’s Miracle” rifles.

Henry CEO and Founder, Anthony Imperato, has donated 55 custom “Miss Milah’s Miracle” rifles, which are now available for purchase through our website while supplies last. The first and last rifles in the series are up for auction online. Baron Engraving donated the artwork, engraving, and hand painting for this series.

Four-year-old Milah Schevenius (center) with her family. Image courtesy of Cowbell Photography by Macy Baker.

Direct from Henry’s website here is all about this great rifle and an even greater cause:

100% of the proceeds will be given to the Schevenius family following the close of the online auctions on March 10.

The Henry “Miss Milah’s Miracle” .22 S/L/LR lever action rifle features genuine American walnut stocks with a colorful hand painted motif that incorporates elements of Milah’s personality. A doctor’s stethoscope, referring to Milah’s adulthood ambitions, forms a heart shape and becomes intertwined with a bright orange ribbon that represents kidney cancer. Two crayons symbolize Milah’s love of coloring and the labels bearing the words “Faith” and “Family” serve as tributes to what helps the Schevenius family through their journey. The rifles are fitted with a brushed silver receiver cover and barrel band, a 17” blued steel octagon barrel, adjustable sights, and a large loop lever.

Go to Henry Arm’s website to buy your one rifle in donation to this tough little lady. Get well soon Miss Milah and thank you all that makes her recovery possible.

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