Customer Letters

Patty B. RichardsonHi Mr. Imperato.

I hope this note finds you doing well. I know you meet a great number of people so I will refresh your memory. My daughter and I met you as you were leaving the Charlie Daniels Jam. I told you that we own a small family firearm business, Colt’s Guns & Pawn, Inc. in Winterville, NC. You were kind of enough to pose for a photo with us. You asked that I email you the photo.

Thanks so much and thank Henry for being a supporter of our men and women in uniform through the Charlie Daniel’s Volunteer Jam! In all honesty, I’m still on “cloud 9” after the opportunity to meet you, Sean Hannity and so many other conservative supporters at the Jam! Take care and I look forward to hearing from you.

Patty B. Richardson

Kevin Kuhens Anthony:

It was a pleasure meeting you in Louisville. Thank you for taking the time to go with me to the Cabela’s booth so the crew could have a photo.

I’d like to thank you for honoring my instructor Mary (M.J.) Vowell for her service in the U.S. Army. You may have heard the roar in the audience with you gave her the rifle! We’re quite proud and fond of M.J. here at FTG, and I can think of no person who deserves recognition more.

On a more personal level, it’s always my utmost pleasure to meet a Great American – you are one. Your mark on this great nation will be remembered by millions of Americans. God bless you for that, and God Bless America!

Regards,

Kevin Kuhens Cabela’s Pro Staff & Executive Director for Training Freedom Training Group, LLC Louisville, Kentucky

JoAnn MertensMy husband’s birthday gift this year. He loved it! Perfectly fitting for my husband that sacrifices his family life to drive his big rig.

JoAnn Mertens

I must say everyone I showed this rifle to was impressed. I spoke to a couple of dealers and your 357 mag rifles are a very good seller for them.

Thanks for your help and support.

Major Van Harl USAF Ret.

Ray GauthierDear Mr. Imperato,

Attached are a couple of photos with me and my grandson Josh holding our Henrys. He with the .22 Golden Boy and me with the 45-70 Gov’t. I also have the Henry .22 survival rifle and recently purchased the U.S. Survival kit which is very nice and complete. Very well thought out piece of equipment.

Sincerely, Ray Gauthier

Ray Gauthier

Kell FinchOff to the gun range again with a pair of nice Henry’s! Life is good.

Kell

Kell Finch

Marion BarnesGood morning Sir, I wish to formally let you know that my American Beauty has finally hit my Australian shores after four months. As impatient as I was, she truly was worth the wait. What a magnificent piece of stunning craftsmanship, I’m proud to stand her next to my Golden Boy. I thank you for your involvement along with Marilyn and Chuck Yurchick in getting her to me. I will continue to promote and sing the praise of Henry rifles here in Australia.

Cheers….

Marion Barnes JP

Tommy BlewwettI am very happy with my 17HMR. My wife tends to spoil me on my birthday and Christmas so I am now looking forward to a 22 Magnum. My Golden Boy and the 17HMR outshoot any gun I have ever owned. Smooth action and quality raw product give an excellent end product.

Thanks again for your high quality American firearm .

 

Tommy Blewwett

James FirimonteMr. Anthony, I would like to compliment you on your fine firearms. I have a classic 22 Lever Action Rifle that I have bought for controlling predators around my property. I have a nice flock of backyard chickens that I raise here in Florida which will always draw a meal for anything especially at night. I like shooting the 22 shorts mainly not to disturb my neighbors at night. I have owned several 22’s and still do, but the Henry is my go to rifle when predators are lurking around the chicken coop. Keep up with this fine tradition of building fine rifles. Even though I own a 45/70 from your competition, My next purchase will be a Henry 45/70!

Sincerely,

 

James Firimonte

Andrew C. Pinkham Dear Mr. Imperato

I retired from the U.S. Army in 2001 with 22 years of service and have always prided myself on my marksmanship skills. The only problem with the Henry Golden Boy is it does not really require any great deal of marksmanship. I have fired over 1000 rounds with it and the accuracy is impressive. I think I have have to try to not hit my target with the weapon. Again, I am a very happy customer and am truly impressed with this rifle. I am so impressed that I plan on purchasing a Big Boy 357 for Father’s Day and tell my daughters it is from them.

Sincerely, Andrew C. Pinkham

Andrew C. Pinkham Master Sergeant, United States Army (Ret)

Ryan kennellyHello Anthony,

I would like to commend you on the rework of the AR-7. The Henry U.S. Survival rifle is the most fun you can have for $250! Right out of the box we started feeding it any 22lr we could find, and it ate it all like candy. The small groups we consistently were getting lived around 1-1/4 at 25 yards. My friends and I were amazed at this novelty rifle that had accuracy of competitor guns of twice the price.

Please see my YouTube review of the gun. To be honest, we rated your weapon with high marks. Our only complaint was the heavy trigger pull. I feel I could shoot tighter groups with a 4 lb trigger or less.

Ryan kennelly