This young man’s grandfather bought him his first Henry rifle. His name is Michael. He is 14. His grandfather’s name is Horst has three Henry rifles himself and is very happy.
Bullet stop Gun Shop
Loves Park, IL
Ashcraft Family posing with four Henry Rifles. In the pictures are me, Michael Ashcraft (eldest), Matthew Ashcraft
(our 35 year old son), Mason Ashcraft (Matthew’s 10 year old son), and Lori Lynn Ashcraft (Matthew’s 8 year old daughter). The kids are our grand children of whom we are very proud and they are excellent shots with their Henry’s.
The history on the rifles are:
I purchased the Golden Boy before our grandson was born and promised our son and daughter the first grandson would get the Henry. Matthew and his wife accommodated us soon afterwards with our first grandson, Mason. He got the rifle. It is his pride and joy.
For some time I searched for a rifle for myself with little success until I contacted you and you promptly shipped a Big Boy in .45 Colt for which I am very grateful. Then I got a hankering for a .357/38 which still didn’t quench my hunger for more American made rifles from Henry. Later I acquired another Big Boy in .44 magnum and then my wife insisted on her own Henry in .22 caliber.
We are a Henry family and congratulate you on making such a fine firearm. We use ours daily on predators, home protection, and varmints. Very accurate and never fail to function.
Special Texas Ranger, retired
Just purchased a Golden Boy from Cabela’s. A thing of beauty. Can’t make up my mind if I should shoot it or just admire the worksmanship. Made in America, just a show of what American labor can do it left alone. Keep up the good work.