Today, the Henry Repeating Arms Company makes its home in Bayonne, New Jersey and in Rice Lake, Wisconsin. From our inception our goal has been to manufacture a line of classic, well-crafted firearms that every enthusiast would find readily affordable. Our American made rifles are engineered with features that other gun makers often charge twice the price for.
We take great pride in manufacturing our rifles in the United States, hence our corporate motto “Made in America, or Not Made at All”.
We’re confident that you’ll enjoy and be proud to own any of the firearms in our ever growing family of Henry rifles. The Henry Lever Action, well known for its reliability, accuracy, handsome looks and smooth action, is available in .22 LR, .22 Magnum, and the new .17 HMR varmint cartridge.
The award-winning Henry Golden Boy .22 LR or .22 Magnum, a headturner with its octagon barrel and gleaming receiver, is destined to become a family heirloom that will be handed down from generation to generation.
The unique Henry U.S. Survival rifle, a compact take-down rifle, is ideal for any outdoorsman seeking a rifle that easily fits in a backpack.
Our Henry Pump Action Octagon brings back the days of the old-fashioned shooting gallery.
Our Henry Big Boy .44 Magnum was inspired by the overwhelming demand of Henry rifle enthusiasts for a centerfire rifle with a smooth and slick action. The solid brass receiver and octagon barrel harken back to the first Henry rifles built 140 years ago. It’s bound to satisfy the needs of big-game hunters and Cowboy Action shooters as well.
To purchase any one of our rifles, you must do so through a licensed firearms dealer. We cannot sell our rifles directly to you. Henry rifles are available from the finest gun shops and sporting goods retailers around the country. You can find one with our Dealer Search. You can also phone us at (201) 858-4400 and we can fax you the information. Many gun shops carry our entire product line. Those that don’t, can special order the model you desire. When contacting a gun shop, for best service, speak directly to the owner or the manager of the gun department.