Dear Mr. Imperato
I retired from the U.S. Army in 2001 with 22 years of service and have always prided myself on my marksmanship skills. The only problem with the Henry Golden Boy is it does not really require any great deal of marksmanship. I have fired over 1000 rounds with it and the accuracy is impressive. I think I have have to try to not hit my target with the weapon. Again, I am a very happy customer and am truly impressed with this rifle. I am so impressed that I plan on purchasing a Big Boy 357 for Father’s Day and tell my daughters it is from them.
Sincerely, Andrew C. Pinkham
Thank you so much for the beautiful wood on my new Henry 17hmr. As you can see by the photo, this completes my collection. I’m happy happy
Mr. Imperato and Lori,
The crowd and staff at The American Legion National Convention loved the military service tribute rifle you donated for the Onderdonk Award. So did the recipient – this year it was Daniel Wheeler, the Legion’s national adjutant. Attached is a photo of the award presentation (Copyright 2016 Lucas Carter/The American Legion). Your incredible generosity in donating such a beautiful rifle for such a good cause was appreciated by everyone in attendance.
Thank you again.
I saw the new show on the discovery channel this past Saturday. Very good. I enjoyed it.
I am a member of the Henry Rifle Company which is a group of guys that do Civil War reenacting with Henry Rifles. I have the Henry H011 which I proudly use in the Civil War events. I also use it for target shooting and I find that it is a very accurate rifle.
Enclosed is a good action shot of me in my Civil War uniform with my Henry Rifle. I hope that you like it.
Mr. Anthony, I would like to compliment you on your fine firearms. I have a classic 22 Lever Action Rifle that I have bought for controlling predators around my property. I have a nice flock of backyard chickens that I raise here in Florida which will always draw a meal for anything especially at night. I like shooting the 22 shorts mainly not to disturb my neighbors at night. I have owned several 22’s and still do, but the Henry is my go to rifle when predators are lurking around the chicken coop. Keep up with this fine tradition of building fine rifles. Even though I own a 45/70 from your competition, My next purchase will be a Henry 45/70!
My husband’s birthday gift this year. He loved it! Perfectly fitting for my husband that sacrifices his family life to drive his big rig.
Still loving my new Original Henry.
I know you must hear this daily but let me add my voice and words to the countless others.
Thank You so much for restoring part of our American heritage and keeping it uniquely American.
I was first introduced to your company back in 2010 when you partnered with the Boy Scouts to produce the Golden Boy for their Centennial. As a youth, I enjoyed shooting 22 rifles at camp and participated in marksmanship competitions. I earned the rank of Eagle in 1985 but drifted away from the program until my son became of age in 2010. I celebrated my reentry to scouting (after 25 years) with a purchase of your rifle.
On that day in 2010, another new interest emerged, a love for firearm collecting. I am now an Assistant Scoutmaster in a troop with 150 boys and a proud firearm collector with six Henry Rifles. It’s a great day when those interests intersect and the boys and their dads can experience shooting a Henry rifle.
It was a great honor meeting you in Louisville this past weekend. That excitement carried forward and today I am happy to say I purchased a Henry Original (BTH05961)… as an early Fathers Day present.
Again, thank you for restoring this part of our American heritage. The Henry Original is now the pride of my collection and part of my story.
Thank you so much for Thea’s first rifle — it came in today, which is a perfect “2 month birthday” gift, as she is officially 2 months old today. It is something she will cherish forever, and will be proud to shoot!