i purchased a new mod. hoo1 today i got it home and went to my range it is the best out of the box 22 cal.rifle i have every owned this is my 1st. henry but not my last
I own one of your .44 magnum rifles and its the most beautiful rifle I’ve ever owned. It’s also VERY accurate. A full magazine in one ragged hole from a rest at 50 yards !! Thats with the factory sights just as they came from the factory. It does not get better than that. Respectfully,
Mr. Imperato and Henry Family,
Thank you for manufacturing such a wonderful American made product. I am sold on Henry. I recently purchased my first Henry rifle, but certainly not my last. I am a new very satisfied customer and fan of Henry firearms. I purchased the Henry Repeater Golden Boy H004, 22 LR. I am a Law Enforcement officer and I have shot a vast amount of firearms. I must say operating my new Henry was an awesome experience. The ease of the lever action and accuracy of the firearms out of the box was amazing. I Love the fact that your rifle is made only from American materials and parts.
My name is Kip and I have been an avid hunter for most of my 37yrs. I recently purchased my first Henry, a big boy 45colt, and I must thank you for keeping an American legend alive. My rifle is the smoothest lever-action that I have ever used, and I do have a few, it is an absolute joy to shoot. I just wanted to express my appreciation to you for building such a beautiful and functional piece of art!
Looking forward to my next Henry and thank you
Hi; bought 3 years ago a .22LR H001 as a Christmas present to myself from a local dealer that imported them. Gun performs excellent, being absurdly accurate even with the cheapest ammo available and has secured me a few tasty preys on hunting trips.
It has become my mandatory “trip plinker” gun; wife also loves the handling and lightness, and many of the shooters around here that have test-fired mine are busting their heads against the walls for not buying one when they were available. In steel silhouette-shooting matches held at a local gun club I’ve even outshot scoped rifles using the factory sights…Awesome!
Last road trip we took in August was to a mountain town called Huancaya and although I was unable to hunt since it’s a natural reserve, still managed to pop a few plinking shots outside the park and take a nice picture (Included) close to a lake, 11,800 feet over sea level.
Keep up the great work. Would love to purchase more of your lever guns when and if they are imported again.
I guess you could sum up my story simply; went into the store to buy some ammo and came out with a rifle instead!
Thank you for both producing an excellent rifle and making it here in the United States.
Greetings to All at Henry Repeating Arms,
I know it might seem strange, but with the current political climate I felt compelled to purchase my grandson his first rifle. I am enclosing a picture for your review. I did not want to wait too long to get him set up. In the picture he is 4 days old. Maybe some kind of record. I actual picked it up before he was born, but I didn’t think guns in the hospital was the proper approach.
I promise to write back and send another picture when he is actually trained on firearm handling and shooting.
Again Thanks for your excellent product.
Splitting a card 25 feet with my new Henry Lever
I sent you an e-mail about me (Joe’s Fancy Guns) and that I had seen (Extreme Marksmen) on the History Channel a week or so ago, and it looked like they were using your Henry lever action 22 with the large loop, so I ordered in one from Jerry’s Sport Center my wholesaler that I use a lot, and then we got over a foot of snow on the 28th of January, so soon as I had the lanes opened up I took the little Henry back toward the barn and stuck the little white card in a snowbank and fired off at 25 feet two shots and both hit as you can see from the pictures. Not bad considering I had never fired the gun before. So the little new Henry is really a keeper!!!!
I watched with great interest yesterday as Directv aired the hour-long special on your company. I can’t tell you how proud I am to own a Golden Boy, especially after watching!
The only Christmas gift I really wanted this year was the Henry. I felt like the kid in “A Christmas Story”, dropping hints and trying to lead my wife with her gift ideas. I’m a 46-year old native of Southwestern Virginia, and my dad and I always shared our love for shooting. We lost him eight years ago in January, and I’ve been a gun collector of sorts ever since.
I got my Golden Boy, and couldn’t be happier with it. The quality and beauty are evident right out of the box, and the fact that it’s 100% American is one of the most important reasons I chose the Henry as my gun of choice.
May God continue blessing you and your family, and the Henry Repeating Arms Company! If you’re ever travelling through Virginia, we’re right off Interstate 81, near the Tennessee line. I’d love to show you around our town! Keep up the good work, my friend!
Dear Mr. Imperato, Ever since I was old enough to read I knew about Henry rifles and their role in our civil war. Yes, it was even nice to see them for sale at the local Wal-Mart. Being a blackpowder shooter, however, I never really paid any attention to the modern Henrys. All that changed after we installed our digital t.v. convertor box and I saw your ads on the RTN network. They succeeded in their goal. Yesterday, I purchased a new H001 lever action .22. Of course, it is everything I expected from an American made firearm. The wood to metal fit, the blueing, the machining, and the astonishing stock finish, everything excellent. What sold me, more than all of that, was the passion you showed me for your product in those ads. The faces of the workers looked like people I know. In fact, one of them could of been mine if I was born in Brooklyn instead of Chicago. From those ads I know I can trust you and your workers to not only produce an excellent rifle, but also to stand behind it fully. Thanks again and may I wish you the best of luck and success in the future.