Customer Letters


richard_lheureux1

Mr. Imperato,

I just wanted to thank you for maintaining the tradition of the Henry Repeating Rifle.  It means a lot to those of us that enjoy reconnecting with our pioneer heritage.   I have two Henry (.22 LRs ? the Golden Boy and one I have personalized to remind me of times past).  I am saving for a Big Boy ? still trying to decide the caliber. I am sure that by the time I?m done I will also include the Frontier as well. I have attached pictures of the Henry I carry most often.  I hope you enjoy them.

Again, thank you —- for those of us that enjoy the shooting sports and our time in the woods, the Henry is a very special companion

Richard A. L'Heureux, Ph.D., CPCM Mora, MN

Dear Henry,

I just saw your commercial on the Outdoor Channel where the guy has his Henry rifle over the mantle and is tossing out all his stuff as he discovers it is all made elsewhere and not in the good ol’ USA !

I just have to write cause I own a Henry Golden Boy from my Grandpa and at first I wanted to use it but to me it is such a beautiful, well crafted piece of iron and wood that I put it above my mantle! AND I am a union workman and a proud American. It is harder and harder to find such fine craftsmanship and beauty at a fair price AND have it be made here in America. Money spent on a Henry is money well spent!

So, I put grandpa’s Henry up on the wall and I bought a new Henry Golden Boy in .22 LR and it’s my prize posession.

Thank you all for a great line of firearms and most of all, American made through and through. That was also a really good commercial, my compliments to you on that. It is a great message it sends out. BUY AMERICAN and make your rifle a HENRY!!!!

Best Wishes,

John Nottingham


cassidy_m

i just wanted to share this picture of me and one of the squirrels i got this year of 2009 i am still amazed by its accuracy smooth action not only is the henry 22 long rifle fun to shoot but it is great to bring small game back to your plate and make memories that will last for ever thank you Anthony Imperato and your employees and keep doing what you people do best making fine firearms god bless.

Cassidy M Iowa

HI THIS IS BRUCE I HAVE 3 OF YOUR RIFLES AT THIS TIME ALL DIFFERENT MODELS AND I HOPE TO GET SEVERAL MORE OVER TIME. I CAN TAKE THEM RIGHT OUT OF THE BOX AND START SHOOTING TARGETS OR SMALL GAME WITH THEM. I HAVE HAD MANY RIFLES IN MY LIFE TIME AND THE HENRY IS THE BEST I HAVE EVER SHOT. AND I AM PROUD TO OUT SHOOT MANY OTHER GUYS WITH OTHER BRANDS OF GUNS THAT COST MUCH MUCH MORE THAN MY HENRY. ALL I CAN SAY IS KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK AND THE GREAT VALUE OF YOU GUNS. thank you

Bruce Leibenguth Avon, NY


roger_swenson

I saw your commercial on FOX NEWS a while ago. I was pleasently surprised to see an ad for firearms. I’m sure the obama news networks didn’t run it. I don’t watch those idiots. I hope you keep running it. IT’S A GREAT AD…. Can you schedual it to run during the Glen Beck show?  Just a thought. Here’s a pic of me and my Henry. One damn good rifle. You or any of your employee’s are welcome at our place anytime. Have a good one and thanks again for a terrific ad.

SFC Roger Swenson-Ret Wells, NV

Hello –

My name is Carl Martin. I am 72 years old – born in Iowa and lived here all my life. I support our troops and love my country and what it used to stand for. WHat prompted this letter is an advertisement I saw on TV last night. I might watch TV 1 hour a week. RFD on sat night for old country music. The ad showed a good ol’ boy goin thru his house and throwing everything out made in a foreign country. The only thing left was a Henry rifle. Made In America. I think this is the neatest ad I have evr seen. I got my first Henry 2 years ago and it is quality. My next rifle will be a Golden Boy. I have worked as a pattern maker and machinist for 50 + years so I know American quality and foreign shit. Keep up the good work and keep it in the USA! I wish you all the best.

Carl Martin Garwin, IA


chris_fleming

Mr. Imperato,

Please know that I have more than in interest. And also know that you are providing my family with more than a rifle, but an heirloom. What a great gift.

It may take a day or two to have my FFL get to you. I am still unable to drive and is kind of a pain to get out. I will get to the local shop as soon as possible to fill out the paperwork.

I have attached a few photos for you. And I will send more range pics once I have a few range trips under my belt with your rifle. Let me know if there is anything I can do for you other than spread your good name. In the photos I have sent a picture of my vehicle that I was injured in. It was a soft skinned Ford Ranger. I was the passenger and damn lucky to be alive. I take nothing for granted at this point knowing how close I came to not making it. The other is a picture of me and my son. This was my first week back in the states and first chance I had to see my son, Hunter Lee, upon my return. Thank you for letting me share this with you. And again, I can wait to get my hands on, and know that it will stay in my family for lifetimes.

Very Sincerely,

Chris Fleming

Did I see an ad by Henry Fire Arms on Fox Net Work? If I did HOOOOORAY for you,and I will purchase another one of your fine rifles. I already own the .17hmr and the Golden Boy 22 mag.

With Best Regards.

Roy Lewis

Mr. Imperato,

As I had thought you do have exceptional customer service. You replied to my e-mail and I haven’t even been able to purchase the Golden Boy yet. Your hands on policy should be a model to other businesses that still remain in the U.S.

Thank you for your kind response.

Tony Sturgill

Good afternoon,

I have recently read a lot about your new advertising campain and wanted to write you with a few statements.

I would like to start off with a short background on myself.  I was born and raised in Minnesota, have worked many jobs from farming to airline pilot, and have been all across the world with these jobs.  I am an Eagle Scout and got my Rifle merit badge using a Henry many years ago.  I purchased a Golden Boy 22 for my fiance’ on her birthday a few years ago and she likes it so much I don’t get to shoot it without her.

Made in the U.S.A. is important.  The values and family history your company represents mean a lot.  I think you are going to find that more people will be looking at your company and saying good things, that you are on the right track.

I am proud to own a Henry.  I appreciate what your company represents for the U.S.A. and our workers.  I value the craftsmanship and history that goes into your products.  Keep up the great work, the long traditions, and the American Pride.

Thank you and know that I will be purchasing (at least one) more Henry rifles when I can afford it.

God Bless,

Christopher Schmidt