I want to thank you for your phone call and your guidance in helping me locate a dealer in my area that would be able to acquire a BSA special edition Golden Boy Henry rifle for me. My rifle arrived at the dealer and I was able to pick it up yesterday evening. It is a beautiful piece, and a keepsake that I will treasure and pass on to my Eagle Scout son one day. I can?t wait to test fire it. I am so impressed with the workmanship and the smooth lever action of the rifle that I am seriously considering placing an order for one of your other models. Thank you again for your assistance and I wish you all the best.
I finaly got to shoot my new Henry 22LR and it is a real tack driver. I appreciate the solid feel and workmanship. The lever action is so smooth. Accuracy is as good as it gets. Thank you for producing a real American icon in the good ole USA
I grew up on a farm in Ohio and have had several rifles in my lifetime. But, In my opinion the Henry Rifle is the best made and most accurate on the market. I have a Winchester model 94 30-30 made in 1953 and owned by John Wayne( Marion Michael Morrison ). But, it is not half the rifle that my Henry 22 is. I just started my new gunsmith business in Hollywood, Fl. but, when I can afford one I will be buying a golden boy for myself that will never be for sale. Thank you for the information about my 22.
I purchased a Golden Boy .17 cal. I am pround to show this gun to anyone and tell them its American made. I would also be proud to tell them that there is a gun company in America where a man’s word still means something and yours do because you did everything you said you would. I would like also to thank Lori Foote for her help. I have shot this gun many times and it works great. Thanks again.
Hello Henry Arms. I just wanted to shoot you guys an email explaining my situation. I’m in the market for a .22 mag and I was looking at you guys, Marlin, Winchester, and Remington. I went on Remington’s web page and I saw that their .22’s are made in SERBIA. Also I saw that most of the Winchesters are made in Russia. WHAT THE HECK!!!!! What has happened to our gun industry in the USA? I was so proud to see that you folks are completely committed to USA manufacturing. THANK YOU for this. I am completely devoted to your product now. Keep up the great American work. Oh yea I love your product!!!!
We went to the Russell Sports today and found out that they had new stocks of Henry Rifles.
I immediately go to my wife to ask for a “clearance” to purchase one, and when she saw the rifle, she asked “is this the same brand (H005) you bought for our son?” When I said yes, she readily gave me the go ahead.
There were other brands that I was considering, but I decided to stick with the Henry brand because they’re Made in the USA by hardworking American Craftsmen with American components and Henry’s customer service is second to none!
Thank you for making such good products and taking care of your customers!
Just wanted to let you know how much I’ve enjoyed my Henry rifle this year. It’s a lot of fun to shoot and I think the value is spectacular: brass receiver, nice bluing, etc. Thanks for making a quality product.
Just wanted to send you a photo of two youngsters from Texas. Their grandfather was Darrell Holt, (now deceased) who was one of the pioneers of Hunter Education in this great state and one of the founders of the original IHEA. We had the privilege of teaching them how to shoot a few weeks ago using the Henry Accubolt. Billy Holt, Darrell?s brother is one of our original instructors and he asked Steve Hall and me to help him with this project. Thanks for all your support for our programs.
I commend you , Anthony Imperato, CEO Henryrepeating arms on the help I recieved from you from you replacing the cover plate on my Henry .17 deluxe goldenboy. the damage was my fault, and you replaced the cover free of charge. no argument, a plesant experience leaving me with nothing but good things to say about Henry repeating arms company.
The ceo of any company has never assisted me in any manner before.
The world needs more men like Anthony Imperato in those positions.
Good job sir: