Dear Sirs, Recently I purchased an H001 Henry rifle. I took it to the range a couple times, and then took my wife with me after I had drifted the rear sight some to get the windage right. To make a long story short, she’s 54 years old and has very little gun experience. After learning the basics of safety and aiming, she is hooked. Worse for me, she’s hooked on the Henry! Now, I have to buy another, as soon as I can get her back to work, as she is laid off at the moment. All it took was hitting that eight inch circle at twenty five yards, then she hit it a few times at fifty. That really did it. Now, she’s confiscated it for her own. I think the little H001L suits me great, and I love the carbine length too. Thanks again, Henry, you made a believer out of me and a shooter out of my wife. You guys have a great product and I enjoy it a lot. Sincerely,
MUSCLE SHOALS, AL
My wife and I have put about 5000 rounds thought our Henry Big Boy. With out any problems or jams. We shoot SASS and practice alot. Now our daughter is starting to shoot and we want to purchase one in caliber .357 The one we have is in .45 Colt. Your product is well made and we would like to Thank You for a job well done.
I just wanted to let you know how happy I am with my purchase of a new Henry Rifle! The feel and finish of this firearm is excellent and you may continue to brag about the quality of the wood you use for your stocks. I purchased this rifle (youth model) to enjoy inexpensive and instructional shooting with my son Daniel (age 6). You might find it amusing that when I took it home and pulled it out of the box Daniel smiled real big and said, “that’s John Wayne’s gun!” My goal is to pass this fine rifle down to him as he gets older as I hope to purchase a Golden Boy for myself when fiances so allow. Allow me to say that since other “American” firearm manufacturers have turn to foreign countries to produce their product, that I can’t help but have a sense of pride when I look along the barrel of our new Henry and see “Made in Brooklyn, NY.” Keep up the good work and I hope to send a picture some day with my son and I both holding Henrys!
All I can say is….WOW! The Golden Boy is one of the best looking rifles I’ve ever seen and simply the best I’ve ever owned. And you know how I feel about the Survival Rifle.
A BIG thanks for both.
I took them both immediately to my ex-father-in-law’s house. He was a collector of both handguns and rifles until his stroke about 2 years ago. I knew that seeing these 2 very cool rifles would brighten his day…and I think the pictures tell the story.
I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to pry the Golden Boy out of Joe’s hands. He used to load his own ammo until his illness prevented him from seeing.
His day was much better after this.
Thanks again, not only for your generous gift, but for making an old man’s day
i purchased a new mod. hoo1 today i got it home and went to my range it is the best out of the box 22 cal.rifle i have every owned this is my 1st. henry but not my last
Dudley Huffman ,Jr
I own one of your .44 magnum rifles and its the most beautiful rifle I’ve ever owned. It’s also VERY accurate. A full magazine in one ragged hole from a rest at 50 yards !! Thats with the factory sights just as they came from the factory. It does not get better than that. Respectfully,
Hi; bought 3 years ago a .22LR H001 as a Christmas present to myself from a local dealer that imported them. Gun performs excellent, being absurdly accurate even with the cheapest ammo available and has secured me a few tasty preys on hunting trips.
It has become my mandatory “trip plinker” gun; wife also loves the handling and lightness, and many of the shooters around here that have test-fired mine are busting their heads against the walls for not buying one when they were available. In steel silhouette-shooting matches held at a local gun club I’ve even outshot scoped rifles using the factory sights…Awesome!
Last road trip we took in August was to a mountain town called Huancaya and although I was unable to hunt since it’s a natural reserve, still managed to pop a few plinking shots outside the park and take a nice picture (Included) close to a lake, 11,800 feet over sea level.
Keep up the great work. Would love to purchase more of your lever guns when and if they are imported again.
Henry owner from Peru