Dear gentlemen, I have attached an article for publication in the Winter and Spring additions of the Sword and Shield and for the Fall (If not too late), Winter and Spring editions of the Mid-Knight News. There is also an accompanying photo of part of our chapter with our premier raffle prize to be given away to one lucky knight. Thank You for your consideration.
Mr. Imperato, thank you so much for personally fielding my e-mail. That says
a lot about your character and dedication to the Henry company. Your actions
definitely reassure the fact that Henry rifles are the guns for me.
Below are a few pictures for your viewing. Hopefully they will show my love
and enjoyment for your product.
Henry rifles have built the same bond between me and my boys that I spent
many years building with my father.
Thank you for the information on the railroad rifle. I am super excited and
saving my change now so I can get it as soon as it come out.
This picture marks my retirement of over 20 years to the United States Air
Force. My wife and three boys awarded me this beautiful Henry Military
Commemorative .22 lever action rifle for my service to this great country.
This fine rifle will be an amazing addition to my Henry collection and a
heirloom to be handed down to my boys. This rifle will be a reminder that
not only I, but they sacrificed so much for our country by supporting me on
my eight tours to the Middle East, three of which where in Iraq performing
convoy operations. More importantly they will remember my homecomings as we
had a tradition of always taking our Henry rifles out for a great, sometimes
fierce father son tin can shooting competition. For our families, for our
country, for our Henry’s!
Our 4-H shoot was this past Saturday. Anthony scored 117 out of a possible 300, not too bad for a 9 year old.
Attached are some pictures of the first winner of the Henry Golden Boy 22 Caliber Rifle. Winner Jim Wilson (shown in middle) name was drawn at the Dalllas Arms Collectors Association Gun Show held on August 3, 2014. Rifle was presented by DACA member Rod McCoy (left) and DACA Board Member Larry Mathews (right).
I thought you could use a picture on your web site.
I just got one of your new Ho11 44/40 at a gun show in Oaks Pa .This is a master piece . I now have 14 of your rifles and each one is perfect .Thank your for Doing what you do in the USA .
Bought a Henry Lever Action .22 cal for my 12 years son for Christmas, This is an acceptional firearm for him . He has become an avid outdoors guy and has been very successful in local trap shooting and other hunting and shooting activities. What a great way to bond with my son and develope a respect for firearms. This choice of gun was definetely a good one , thank you for your time and watch for up and coming world ranked target shooter. ( My boy’s dream)
I finally bought a Henry Rifle…the carbine model with the large loop. I have bolts, semi-autos, single shot break open but did not have a lever gun in my collection until now.
I’m happy I chose a Henry to fill that void in my collection. The quality of workmanship is impressive even if one does not consider the very reasonable price. The rifle is fast handling with a smooth action. This will be my squirrel/rabbit gun.
Keep up the great work and please pass along my thanks to the great staff at Henry Repeating Arms. I’m sure I’ll add a larger caliber to my collection in the near future.
Very best regards.
I am proud to own a rifle of such superb quality. I am in my 60’s and have owned several guns in my day but have never seen such quality. I currently have a 30-30 Golden boy and find this is not just a rifle, it is a work of art. Thank you for producing such a fine piece of workmanship. The other reason I chose “Henry” was the phrase “made in America or not made at all”. I will continue to purchase Henry products and have many friends who now own Henry. Thank you again, I am a proud owner.
Season’s Greetings from the Kelley Pack!
I purchased my first Henry Big Boy in .44 magnum on Saturday 08/16/2014. I was so excited I drove straight home, cleaned the bore and action of oil and went straight to the range. I ran over 200 rounds of .44 magnum through it, all hand loads of various grain bullets, and powders. The rifle loved each and every one of them. I had as low as two and a half inch groupings at 50 yards pretty much regardless of what went down the tube! I had more fun with this rifle than my H&K’s, LWRC guns, and my Sako! I would not give this thing up for the world, and await for the smoke to clear on the wife front so I can get another 😉 Thank you for offering such a premium product at what I would consider a STEAL of a price!