Dear gentlemen, I have attached an article for publication in the Winter and Spring additions of the Sword and Shield and for the Fall (If not too late), Winter and Spring editions of the Mid-Knight News. There is also an accompanying photo of part of our chapter with our premier raffle prize to be given away to one lucky knight. Thank You for your consideration.
Attached are some pictures of the first winner of the Henry Golden Boy 22 Caliber Rifle. Winner Jim Wilson (shown in middle) name was drawn at the Dalllas Arms Collectors Association Gun Show held on August 3, 2014. Rifle was presented by DACA member Rod McCoy (left) and DACA Board Member Larry Mathews (right).
I thought you could use a picture on your web site.
DACA Board Member
I purchased my first Henry Big Boy in .44 magnum on Saturday 08/16/2014. I was so excited I drove straight home, cleaned the bore and action of oil and went straight to the range. I ran over 200 rounds of .44 magnum through it, all hand loads of various grain bullets, and powders. The rifle loved each and every one of them. I had as low as two and a half inch groupings at 50 yards pretty much regardless of what went down the tube! I had more fun with this rifle than my H&K’s, LWRC guns, and my Sako! I would not give this thing up for the world, and await for the smoke to clear on the wife front so I can get another Thank you for offering such a premium product at what I would consider a STEAL of a price!
Sandy Hook Connecticut
Thought you might enjoy this. We have eight Henry rifles. I’m in my sixties and about half-assed retired but I do still work part-time at Carthage Shooting Sports. I have access to any gun you can imagine. Been shooting over fifty years and don’t have a clue right off-hand how many guns I own. But I do know that eight of them are made by you.
My wife just started shooting a couple of years ago when she turned sixty-three and she’s in love with her Henry Rifle(s). The pictures are of our backyard range (100 yards of steel) that was once a horse pasture years ago. Yes, we are lucky. Five granddaughters and four of them shoot. This is a family “indulgence”.
The boxes are stacked on the piano out in my shop and the guns are in a safe except for two that hang on the wall in our living room. I think nobody makes a better revolver than Smith & Wesson and I’m quite certain that nobody in the world makes a better rifle than Henry. “Many Thanks” to you and your company for what you do for America.
J.P. & Linda Johnson