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.
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The girl in the picture is 12 year old Emma Mae Rocchetta. The horse is Traveler and we live in Manorville Long Island New York. She has been hunting next to me for a few years now and actually bow hunted herself this year. She can’t wait to go squirrel hunting with her Henry 22.
I was looking for a gun for her to start with and the Henry 22 was the perfect rifle! I take her to my sportsman club (Peconic River Sportsman) where she has a blast shooting the steel targets. It won’t be long before she beats me in the dueling 22 trees.
Living on long island not many young girls hunt and fish. We put one of these pictures on Face Book and only received good responses with much curiosity about the gun and the horse.
I will be buying her a deer rifle in the future if you have any good Henry suggestions.
John J. Rocchetta
Vice President, GreenLogic Energy
Father and son enjoying their Henry rifle collection
Joe & Michael Feldman
Thank you for spending the day at our new location in Obetz. We certainly
appreciate all you do for us and our Henry customers.
I just wanted to let you know how much I have enjoyed my Henry Rifle. I bought a big boy steel in .44 mag because I thought my grand daughter would be able to deer hunt with it.
Do to sports she could not hunt but I did slip out and shoot a doe with it.
She does love shooting it and we have had a ball very little recoil and really accurate I think a 45-70 is in my future
Thanks again for your assistance with the custom serial number for one of our local police officers! He absolutely loves it!
Don's Hobby Guns
I’d like to report that I took my Henry 45-70 with me to Alaska this past August with spectacular results! The muzzle blast alone was enough to keep bears at bay. It never left my side while I cleaned the moose that I shot with my bow! Anyone that saw it before we were dropped on the side of a mountain was thoroughly impressed with the rifle’s smooth action and beauty. I’m a Henry lifer! Can’t wait to go back! I attached a couple of pics from that trip.
Thanks and I hope to hear from you soon-
I would like to let you know how impressed I am with my anniversary gift (Henry Big Boy357). I have been shooting for 30+ years and can honestly say it is the best rifle I have. The workmanship and attention to detail is amazing. This heirloom will be passed down for generations to come. Thank you for producing the best of the best.
SSG Robert Campbell
P.S. I have the best wife ever
SSG Robert Campbell
I just purchased a new Original Henry. It is amazing the most beautiful rifle i’ve ever seen. I have the Big Boy in 45 cal. and I bought my son a Golden Boy in 22 mag. We love our rifles. But this 44-40 is unbelievable Thank you so much for you, your company and your commitment to the quality you don’t see to much anymore. If every company was as committed as yours, America would be great again.
Just a quick note to let you know I just read the article in the Sept 2015 shooting times. It confirmed that Henry LA 22s are the best out there. As I have both a Golden Boy (in 22mag) and an older Marlin 39A, I found the article of great interest. I agree with all the findings of the article and the tests they ran My Golden Boy is my favorite plinking gun – so smooth and so accurate.
I also have a Big boy (357) that I have been able to put multiple shots through the same hole at 50yds. I plan to use this for a hog hunt this fall.
Thanks for your superior products and keep up the great work.