When contemplating a .22 rifle, I provided you with several questioning emails about your lever action frontier model. Needless to say, after my purchase, I have been impressed time and time again at the range (and impressing others into also purchasing).. Your rifle, as you state in your ads, has an incredibly smooth action, is accurate, and is, truly, a joy to shoot! My personal thanks to you, and all of your employees, for manufacturing a wonderful, American-made product.
Dear Mr. Imperato,
Thanks for making such a family-friendly collection of great rifles. You have a much better understanding of what people enjoy about shooting than do other firearm companies. Our Henry lever action is high quality, easy to use, accurate, and an absolute pleasure to handle. You have no competitors in value for the price.
Here is a photo of my wife at the range with the Henry I gave her for Christmas. As an immigrant from China, where individuals aren’t allowed to own firearms, she has a special appreciation of our second amendment rights.
Besides the Henry lever action, we had two other firearms made by a very well known manufacturer. Since gaining experience with all of these guns, I realized that the Henry was the most enjoyable to use and as effective for our purposes as more expensive choices. Counting a Henry pump action I have on order, the firearm count for our household is now Henry 3, other makes 0.
Best wishes to you and all the top-notch professionals at Henry!
I have always wanted a lever action .22 rifle, but never purchased one before. On my 42nd birthday. My son purchased his first rifle (He is 20) and gave it to me for my birthday. It is a .22 Henry golden boy rifle. This is a nice rifle and I am looking forward to hunting with it when I retire from the Army.
MSG Daniel Apodaca
United States Army Special Forces
Here is the photo of the 89 year old man with the watousie cow and his treasured Henry rifle. His name is James E Hancock from Wilkinson Indiana. He plans to use the gun to squirel hunt off of the cow he purchased the gun from Whitetail Gunshop in Shirley IN.
James E Hancock