My son recently turned 13 and I wanted him to have the experience of handling a rifle and learning safe target practice. I preferred that he used a manual action rifle avoiding the semi auto black guns and as a result I purchased a large loop carbine .22. This is the first lever action rifle I have owned and I was somewhat hesitant buying this as the rifle that my son would shoot for his first time.
We just returned from our outdoor range and I have to say it was a pleasure to handle. Over 300 rounds and we didn’t have one misfeed. The rifle is solid construction and worked flawlessly. The fact that it has the feel and look of the old western era guns made it that much more interesting and nostalgic. My son was able to handle this particular rifle with ease and within minutes had the action working, knew how to safely handle the rifle and was firing accurate groups. His confidence was evident within minutes and we had a great day plinking tin cans and targets together.
If his interest continues as it did today this carbine will become his soon and I will be definitely be purchasing another Henry product! Thank you for making this a memorable time.
Matt Kenseth wins the pole for Texas Chase race:
Matt Kenseth, driver of the #20 Dollar General Toyota, poses with the Henry repeating rifle pole award after qualifying for pole position for during Pinnacle Propane Qualifying for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series AAA Texas.
I just thought I would drop you a line with a couple of photos . The kids really liked their Henry rifles . Hope you had a Merry Christmas and your family is doing well. I saw the commercial, I thought it was neat. I never thought I would be on t.v. Oh yeah, Sammie the mule said thanks’ also. LOL I hope to see you sometime this year.
Merry Christmas from the Rowlands
God Bless Your friend,
Merry Christmas from the Phelix family!
Here’s the picture of my son, Gabe Adams, Christmas 2010 with his very first Henry! He loves it! He didn’t want to put it down all Christmas morning. Not even to open his other gifts.
I must tell you it was a very merry Christmas. The kids loved the Henry’s. Fantastic as always. I have attached a picture for you with the happy gang. thanks again Phil
In the picture. standing left to right is Diehl, Georgia, Roxanne. Kneeling left to right is Philip, Dr. Phil, Tanky, and Kathryn
It was a pleasure to meet with you at the NRA convention on Friday. I have attached the photo of our children with their Henry rifles they received this past Christmas as presents. Their names are Jeremy, Cassandra, Mindy, Duncan, Heidi, Renee, Charlton(named after Mr. Heston) & Hannah. As a firearms dealer, I sell many Henry rifles and my customers are always impressed with the good looks and high quality of your rifles. You should be very proud of your company and the workmanship and quality that goes into your products as I am of selling them. Thanks
Caterpillar celebrated a landmark fundraising effort for United Way this year, raising $32,000 for the charitable organization. “It’s really about United Way,” said Marty Groover, facility manager for the Danville plant. “We have great employees and they care about their community.” The 97 employees at the Danville location raised half the funds for United Way and the Caterpillar company agreed to match that.
Mr. Imperato, Thank you for your generous offer of the HCASE Henry Gun Case. After learning from you that the Henry 17 won’t be available in time, we purchased a Golden Boy 22 rifle at Bass Pro Shops in Fort Myers FL and received a return of our deposit from Army Navy Guns. We are taking the gun to our brother-in-law in Ohio for his 80th birthday in September. He has admired your guns for a long time and will be thrilled to own one.
A few months back I bought the Henry Big Boy in 44 cal. and I was so impressed with the quality of workmanship that today I purchased a Big Boy chambered in 357 and a Henry Survival 22. It is great to know that the USA can produce such high quality firearms that are truly a “made in the USA”.
Thank you for such a wonderful firearm.