I just thought you might want to see how it turned out. I’m getting my Dads flag back from his funeral my mom had it and I also built the case for that. I have a flag pole in my yard; I go through a flag a year. So I have a few old ones lying around. So when I was planning the gun case I thought I would take one of the old faded out flags a drop it behind the gun. That would pull in my dad’s flag on the fire place.
I went with the octagon shape case to go with the octagon gun barrel. I even went with octagon trim on the case.
I just had to send this to you guys. It just looks so cool with an American made gun with American flag behind it. I’m surprised no one has thought of it before. I’ll send a picture when get on the wall.
Dear Mr. Anthony Imperato, I own a Henry .22. I taught my four children how to shoot with it. They are all grown up now but they still love to go to the range with me and shoot. I just wanted to say that my Henry rifle is my favorite rile that I own. It is extremely accurate and dependable. Thanks for making such a great product.
This is Jackson Taylor. I wrote and recorded the Old Henry Riffle song. It has become quite the anthem. No matter where we play in the world people love it. Our live at Billy Bobs CD/DVD comes out in a few months and the song is a high light. I would live to send you a copy of the CD/DVD. Your riffles have always been a tangible representation of American craftsmanship. independence and self reliance. I’m glad you liked the song. God Bless. and Go Devils.
Dear Mr. Imperato, Since purchasing my Henry Golden Boy only a few weeks ago , I have put roughly 1000 rounds through it and have been having the time of my life. The lever action is unbelievably smooth. Using numerous brands of 22lr, I have had no problems at all. And the Spee-D-Loader is a hoot to use. A lot of the regulars at my local range have asked to shoot it, and I happily oblige. Everyone else wants to look at it or hold it. I’m sure some sales will be generated as they all seem interested. I am attaching a photo of little shrine I constructed in my lounging room. A small tribute to two great Americans, John Wayne and Henry Rifles. Hope you enjoy.
Michael P. Zolla
Anthony, Here is a photo of my new Henry Rifle, the Lincoln Bicentennial Golden Boy .22 that I purchased at the Camp Prime Time Charity Auction in late November of 2013. I Stole it in a frenzied bid for $2,500.00. On behalf of Camp Prime Time’s Auction Committee and our special families that we operate Camp Prime Time for, thank you for your generosity and continued support. To date your rifles we have raised over $4,500 for Camp Prime Time. Our best wishes for a happy and prosperous New year to all of you at Henry Repeating Arms. With warm regard,
Sir, I know your busy with making the finest lever guns out there right now but I thought I would say my Henry steel 30-30 far out shined the Winchester and marlin 336’s I used to own. I am saving up for a 357 right now. The rifles are amazing quality, I cannot say enough for quality. I sold the marlin and my 1972 Winchester and only own my Henry. Thanks boss. Hell of a rifle!
Dear Mr. Imperato,
I just acquired my Henry Golden Boy (H004) last weekend. I became a “plinker” with my Dad many years ago and have continued the tradition with my own son . I have owned and used many fine .22 caliber target rifles but your Golden Boy has to be the finest I’ve ever encountered. This rifle was perfectly sighted right out of the box . It’s accuracy can only be described as superb! The action of the lever is as smooth as silk . Aside from its exceptional performance features , its the most beautiful firearm I’ve ever owned . If I had to offer a crticism, it would be that the picture in the catalog simply doesn’t do the actual rifle justice.
You and everyone else associated with Henry Repeating Arms can be justfiably proud of your product. I want to both congratulate and thank you for manufacturing such a fine rifle.
We had the BSA Annual Meeting last week in San Diego. Henry rifles were presented to three of our founders, Dr. Dick Miller, and Larry and Donna Cunningham. The Chief Scout Executive and the National Director of the Outdoor Program Group participated in the presentation. While presenting we spoke of Henry Repeating Arms support of our project and the fact that we appreciate all you do.