Just wanted to share a story about the Golden Boy 22 rifle: Several years ago, my brother loaned his Henry GB 22 to me and I kept it for a few years before he decided to take it back home. I really enjoyed shooting that gun and often talked fondly about it. Realizing that I loved the gun so much and having heard that story a few times, my son surprised me with an early birthday present, a new Henry Golden Boy 22. I quickly went to work on sighting it in, because our scheduled squirrel hunt was only days away. I only shot twice during our short hunt, but harvested two squirrels from tall Mississippi trees with those shots (with the origin open sights). I love the accuracy of this gun, not to mention the smoothness in the action. And oh, my son’s contact lense got misplaced in his eye while gazing up at those tall trees and asked, “Dad, do you have a mirror?” I jokingly said, “I don’t carry mirrors on squirrel hunts!” Then I realized that I had one in my hand! So I held the bright mirror finished Golden Boy receiver up to his face and he was able to find his contact and get it back in place. Another use discovered for the Henry Golden Boy! I’m proud of my son and the Golden Boy!
Here are some of my Henry Pictures. The 2 youth models are for my granddaughters. I have 3 of your Tribute Rifles, and close to 30 Henrys altogether. I was a fire fighter for 9 years, I have been a Master Mason since 1984, and was in the U.S.Navy from 1969 to 1973. Have a wonderful day, Billy.
I just want to thank you for a superior product and customer service. A company like Henry Repeating Arms is a blessing to do business with. I miscounted I have twelve Henrys instead of ten, two more came today !
Here is a picture of my 4 Golden BOY RIFLES ,I e-mailed you about awhile back, they are my rim fire collection, a .17 hmr, a .22 long rifle and a .22 mag, then the .22 cal. military tribute rifle. I had the brass plaque made up to say made in the USA or not at all. That plaque is on the top of the door on my gun case, everybody see’s this 1st. These are collector pieces only, I am very proud of these, Thanks
Attached are a few of the photos that was taken at our 108th annual meeting and convention. Part of our raffle composed of a gun drawing. One shotgun, pistol and a HENRY GOLDEN BOY. Your choice of one
gun from the table to the winner. As you might guess without a doubt, the HENRY was the winners choice.Everyone was happy for the lady who was the winner. (Kathleen Brooks)
My father (Kevin Schanke) and I both bought rifles last spring and finally got out together to go for some late season squirrel hunting. We live in Wisconsin and this was the first time we got to hunt with our rifles. We are both very impressed with them. We love that they are 100% made in america. I have some pictures of our squirrels and rifles. I have a Golden Boy .22 and he has the Silver Boy .22 with a scope. I am hoping I can email the pictures to you and get them in the magazine. I want to surprise my father with this.
Love my two Henrys. Thank you for making great rifles. Next time you come through Idaho stop by at our deli in the Boise area for a great sandwich.
First three shots right out of the box at 50 meters
About three years ago I purchased a Henry Frontier Model rifle. It has become my favorite firearm. In the last two years I have entered a turkey shoot put on by the American Legion. 2 1/2 inch bullseye at 50 feet. Open sights.I have won a turkey each time I’ve entered. The only time it was close was when one of the competitors had a Henry Golden Boy, and then I won in a shoot off. Thanks to Henry for making such a fine product and making them in the USA !
Hi Sir . My name is Anthony as well . I currently live in Corpus Christi TX but I am originally from CT . I really want to just thank you for building such beautiful Rifles. I have a collection of them and would love to share them with you . I also have a question about one of your 2016 Rifles . The one I am speaking of is the 41mag . I understand that it is not going to made in brass ? I am a little upset about that but I also understand that you must have a reason . I currently own the Brass collection of the 44-40 , 45-70 , 30/30 , 357 , 45L , 44mag , 22mag , 22LR and the 17HMR . So for me not to have the 41mag in brass would kinda be heartbreaking , but I will always respect your decisions . Thanks again Sir .