The first time I saw a Henry it was a Golden Boy inscribed with an NRA logo and I fell in love with it. I did some research on Henry and found that they was just starting to produce guns. I thought that this would be great because I could own every Henry made, which at that time was about 10. After that it just kept blossoming until my wife would just say “another Henry?”. My most cherished Henry is the 30-30 Golden Boy that my children gave me for Christmas the year my wife died from cancer.
Green Iron Equipment
Dear Anthony, in regard to our last e-mails when I told you I had purchased the American Beauty for our anniversary, you had asked for a picture of her with her Henry. The only problem was I had to buy one for myself before I took the picture. Which I did. Bought the Golden Boy in 22cal..Love it . Didn’t get to shoot it just yet. She said to me, I didn’t know you had one? I said , neither did I until last week. –ok I know you heard this one before,”don’t know which one I am getting next”.Could very well be addicting.Once again I thank you and your employees for a fine American product, and will happily recommend your well made rifles and reasonally priced as well. You can post this with the picture I attached. Hope you can open the attachment?
P.S Purchased a Nikon scope for her rifle and ordered the cantilever mount from you. Would like to know if you are familiar with Britt firearms in Mineola Long Island since they sell your Henrys,and if you know of their Gunsmiths reliability? Not many gun stores seem to recommend or know of a good smith. I do know that Britt gun shop has been around a while and deal a lot with Police. I personally had no experience with them. I only have stopped in once before. I will go again and speak with them myself. Would just like to know if you are familiar with them. Wouldn’t want just anyone to drill and tap my firearm. Thank you for any help you can offer.
Mike and Angela Capobianco