Last year I attended the Texas Firearms Festival and there was a range set up to shoot just your Henry Rifles. That was the first time I had ever shot a Henry or a lever action rifle. Two months later I bought one !!! Now, my three boys and I use it to shoot the Cowboy Lever Action Rifle Silhouette matches at the Austin Rifle Club. Now my husband wants to buy one. My question is: Will you be at the festival this year? He would like to look at your Hoo1TLP, H001ER, or H001T. I wanted to know in advance. The website is: www.texasgunfest.com
A pic of the record buffalo I got in Texas with my 45-70 (open sites!) It’s a great gun from a great company! When we brought the animal back to the lodge, this Friday everyone wanted to hold the rifle. It’s one of five that I have and this is proof of how well they work!
Thanks Anthony for such a fine American made product!
My name is Max Neese and I recently went on a ride called The Wyatt Earp Vendetta Ride at Tombstone,Arizona. Put on by Great American Adventures. The picture is of me holding my new Golden Boy at Johnny Ringo’s grave site. I sure got a lot of compliments on this rifle. Thank you for making an American made product.
I just purchased a new Original Henry. It is amazing the most beautiful rifle i’ve ever seen. I have the Big Boy in 45 cal. and I bought my son a Golden Boy in 22 mag. We love our rifles. But this 44-40 is unbelievable Thank you so much for you, your company and your commitment to the quality you don’t see to much anymore. If every company was as committed as yours, America would be great again.
My second time out shooting my new Henry Big Boy 44 mag. Great looking and feeling gun. So far I love it and can’t wait to shoot it in Montana.
Henry rifles has started an awesome tradition in our family ! My husband and I have a one-year-old named Henry. He was named after my husband’s dad – grandpa Henry. While I was pregnant my husband took me to the local gun range and store to look at the Henry rifles. He told me then, we are going to buy baby Henry a Henry rifle each year on his birthday. I thought it was a pretty cool idea to collect Henry rifles for Baby Henry because of the similarity in the name but my husband corrected me and let me know it wasn’t just the name – but the fact that these guns were made right here in America, were incredibly reliable and accurate and would hold their value over the next 18 years that we would be collecting them. My son recently turned one and My husband’s family came down from Minnesota for their yearly visit. This year grandpa Henry brought with him a beautiful Henry classic lever action 22 that he had had for quite some time along with the box he had saved and presented it to Baby Henry for his first birthday. His first Henry- one of many yet to come. We will continue to carry on this tradition and purchase a Henry for each birthday but none of them will be as special as this one: it’s a Henry- passed on from one Henry to another Henry.
Here’s me and my brand new Golden Boy down at the club where I shoot, can’t wait to load up and start shooting , I’m new to shooting but I knew I just had to get me a Henry Golden Boy , thanks to you guys at Henry for a superb rifle, cheers Terry in good ole Norwich England.
I am a long time sport shooter and collector. I have bought many Henry rifles over the years as gifts for my nephews , nieces , my wife and myself. Anthony, I have to tell you this Big Boy Deluxe 3rd Edition was nothing shy of amazing!!
I have some very expensive engraved rifles and this thing could easily sit among $10,000 + rifles and be right at home.What a great way to show the world that we still can build great products at reasonable prices right here in the USA Thank You to you and your skilled team.
Greene’s Gun Shop is proud to be a Henry Dealer. We enlighten our customers and potential customers to the great service you give to Henry rifle purchasers. We will continue to proudly sell Henrys because of their quality and your outstanding customer service.
This is my Granddaughter at the Missouri 4-H state shoot. She is 8 years old and her first year of shooting. She used the Henry muddy girl youth rifle. Her score was 100 points out of a possible 300. That was really good for a first year shooter.