Customer Letters

Gentlemen,

I purchased my first Henry rifle a few days ago, the Frontier lever action model (H001T). I was actually looking to pick up the Golden Boy, but there’s a difference in the stock design between the two models that made the Frontier a better fit for me. When I mounted the Frontier version the sights naturally lined up.

A couple of days later I went plinking and hunting with a couple of Presbyterian clergy who also had brand-new .22 rifles, one of them a semi-automatic, the other a bolt action, both of them equipped with scopes. My shooting companions were also expert shots and unabashed “gun nuts.” Im pleased to report that even with the simple, but elegant, open sights on my Henry, I easily kept up with them when blasting cans at 25-30 yards. I’m surmising that the heavy octagonal barrel steadies the gun much like the barrel of a match rifle.

Those two ministers also gave my Henry a try. They have now made solemn vows to buy Henry rifles.

I’m old enough to have bought a brand-new American-made Winchester Model 94 for hunting, so I’m very familiar with lever-action rifles. If the Henry .22 I own is typical of your products you are indeed continuing a fine tradition. And I intend to personally find out how well you maintain that tradition by purchasing more of your rifles. I have a little list made up already.

Blessings!

The Rev'd Neal Humphrey Fruit Heights, UT


ken_bergeron

Dear Mr. Imperato, Sir, Thank you very much for your catalog, I just wanted you to know that I did buy a Henry Golden Boy in 22 Mag. This is the 3rd. Golden Boy I have bought since you came out with this Rifle. It seems that this seems to be the only firearm I buy nowadays, When I think of the old west the Henry is the one that I think of! More then the Win. or Marlin, Because the Henry was the gun that started it all! A While back I was hoping that you made a 357 Mag. and to answer my prayers you did! So I will be getting one soon. Thank you for a great Rifle!

Ken Bergeron Fayetteville, AR

keni_haswell

I just love my Henry Golden Boy. Best made lever action rifle I’ve ever owned and I’ve owned two Winchester Model 94s and have a Marlin 1894FG presently.

The Henry action has ’em both beat.

Keni Haswell Corvallis, MT

Dear Sirs:

I just bought one of your rifles and I want to tell you what a beautiful, well crafted item it is!! It is an H001 .22, and is the equal, in workmanship, of my Winchester 30/30, from the 50s. Wish you all the Best and continued success–I will recommend you to everyone.

Regards,

James Wilkinson

Mr. Imperato,

Hard to believe the president of a company as large as Henry has taken the time to help me as you have. I picked up my rifle today. This would not have happened but for your help. The rifle is beautiful and I can hardly wait to shoot it.

I hope you have a Merry Christmas.

Sincerely,

Charles Blackwell Nixa, MO


gordan_morgan

Dear Mr. Imperato,

Your little Mini Bolt is the best trap line rifle my grandson and I ever used. It’s in the bed of my truck from Nov thru Feb enduring all weather conditions  and NEVER failed us once. My 8 year old grandson Butch has dispatched a lot of coon, fox and coyotes using the 22 CB Longs out of it. Enclosed is a picture of Butch.

Gordon Morgan


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Mr. Imperato –

As soon as I got the rifles home, I unwrapped them, photographed them and sent the pictures to my Scouting acquaintances world-wide.  Your BSA Commemoratives have been well received by my colleagues in the Scouting community.

One reply I received from my best friend and fellow Scouter included these enthusiastic words –

“Well you fell in it and came up roses. I have no idea what you paid for those rifles but the walnut in the stocks is beautiful let alone the engraving. The commemoration makes them priceless.  They certainly are too pretty for wall hangers (that’s a joke, son! – no lectures).  In future years, regardless of the books that measure such things, they should be impossible to value. I could guess that Mr. Imperato would have to be a ex or current Scouter to want to produce such a work of art for the organization. God bless him.  Don”

Like myself, Don is a Scout/Scouter with more than a half century of experience and service in and to Scouting.

I will continue to exhibit my rifles in the Scouting community and let them speak for themselves.  Thank you for your efforts on behalf of the Scouting community and all who serve the youth of our nation.

Yours in Scouting,

Ron Shoupe Sr. & Jr. Eagle Scouts


mike_davidson

So far, I have purchased the Henry Big Boy.357/.38, and the Henry Golden Boy .17 HMR.  I play to also purchase the Henry lever action .22 Mag., the new .30-30 lever action, and the Big Boy .44 Mag. I love the precision action of the Henry, and I always get compliments on their looks. Thanks for a fine piece of shooting equipment.

Mike Davidson Spring Hill, KS


ken_kody_miller2

Greetings from a satisfied customer.

I purchased my Henry Golden Boy .22 cal almost two years ago. My son and I are proud members of your “Customer Letters” web page. Here is a current photo of my son shooting our Golden Boy at our local range, Oak Ridge Sportman’s Association (ORSA).

It is still my favorite gun…

Thanks Henry Repeating Arms,

Ken and Kody Miller Lenoir City, TN


joe_calandra

HELLO ANTHONY

THE RIFLE YOU TAKE HUNTING YOU SHOULD HAVE ALLOT OF CONFIDENCE IN IT. THATS WHY I BOUGHT THE HENRY BIG BOY IN A 44MAG

SEE WHAT I MEAN?

Joe Calandra Queens, NY