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Customer Letters

kathy-purtell-4Idaho State Friends of NRA – Boise, Idaho – October, 8 2016

Raised $1180 for the NRA Foundation!

Winner is Alisha Hall – Kuna, Idaho (pictured with boyfriend Jason Mackrill)

After I explained how Henry had made such a fantastic donation, the crowd wanted to get in on the THANK YOU!!

Kathy Purtell Merchandise Manager, NRA Fairfax, VA

maxmccoshenAnother great weekend with awesome rifles , thank you Henry Rifles

Max McCoshen

fredjones

Here are the photos of the rifles I was talking about. There are a 22 long rifle, 22 magnum, 17hmr, 44 Magnum, and 45 Long. The serial numbers are SRPC00001 through SRPC00005. I had the cabinet built in Rheinbeck, Germany. My friend has a custom wood shop there. The tree was older than World War II. The tree survived, the town was destroyed I thought that was neat. We also have other rifles from you guys and we love them but these will be a family heirloom forever. Thank you and keep up the good work.

Fred Jones Amsterdam, OH

lance-penningtonHello my name is Lance Pennington I recently purchased a Henry big boy in 44 Magnum and also one Henry big boy M357 the 357 is for my bride of 37 years. I’m a reloader and I’m just so excited that these rifles are made here in the United States keep up the good work I look forward to purchasing five more Henry Rifles one for each of our married children as a keepsake take care

Peace be with you

Lance and Valerie Pennington Burlington, WA

mike-elsberryI grew up in Iowa and was able to enjoy responsible firearems ownership and use from an early age, thanks to supportive parents and a midwestern culture which understood the importance of that aspect of our American heritage.  It has been a challenge to raise my son with those same values and opportunities here in California. Fortunately, he has been able to experience the outdoors, including his 12 years in scouting (Order of The Arrow and Eagle Scout) as well as shooting sports, even though shooting opportunities are fewer and more restrictive than I experienced growing up.  As a boy, Tyler began his firearms education (as did I) carrying an unloaded BB Gun on our firearms outings to learn safety and proper firearms etiquett.  His ability and confidence progressed remarkably as he was given more freedom and responsibility, and he now works in gun sales at our local Turner’s Outdoorsman store while attending college.  Tyler’s first rilfe purchase was the Henry AR-7 Survival rifle.  His mother and I gave him his Brass 30-30 Henry for his 18th birthday, and we later presented him the Big Boy 44 Mag Eagle Scout and Order of The Arrow rifles in celebration of his attainment of the Eagle Scout rank.  I first satisfied my “Henry thirst” with the 45-70 steel when it became available and most recently added the Henry Original Iron Frame to our collection.  Regardless of what other weapons we take to the range, our Henrys always receive the most recognition and admiration from rangemasters and fellow shooters.  Both Tyler and I look forward to adding the 1000 Man Shoot rifles to our collection. This will be Tyler’s 21st birthday present, and your assistance in getting consecutive serial numbered rifles would be most appreciated.

Thank you for keeping American tradition, values and craftsmanship alive and well for my son to pass on to future generations!

Mike Elsberry Orange, CA

kathy-purtell-3Husband/wife winners. Plans to pass it along to one of their grandchildren. She was so excited jumping up and down at her table when her winning ticket was drawing….. running the whole way up to claim her winnings! You can see the joy beaming from both of them in the photo. Brought $1320.

This committee puts their banquet room together in a very patriotic theme each year out of their own pocket. Very strong Veteran recognition at their event each year and buys one firearm to give to a Veteran each year that they buy locally out of pocket. This year they also included law enforcement folks in the crowd with a nice colt knife with police shield on it to each as a gift.

Kathy Purtell Merchandise Manager, Field Operations Division, Volunteer Fundraising, NRA Fairfax, VA

brandon-t-powersGood Evening Anthony,

I hope all is well and your trip to Rice Lake last week went well. Too bad we missed each other it would have been great to see you and chat. We of course are busy getting the finishing touches put together for our new store in Appleton, WI. I “memory” came across my facebook feed yesterday and I wanted to share it with. A great picture (picture is attached) and an even better day! Such an incredible day and one of my proudest moments that we have had at Fireline Shooting & Training Center since we opened the doors. We would certainly love to do this again and offer this opportunity to our customers in Appleton and of course hopefully have you there to do your magic and make the day that more special to our soon to be loyal Henry customers.

I know I may say it too much, but thank you for what you do for the industry and thank you for what you do for us as Fireline Shooting & Training Center! Genuinely appreciated!

Regards,

Brandon T. Powers Chief Operating Officer, Fireline Shooting & Training Center Rice Lake, WI

Dear Mr. Imperato

I just bought my first Henry, 45-70 a few weeks ago, and I must say it has been the best gun I have ever bought.  I have been researching the Henry guns for the last couple of years and decided to purchase the Henry 45-70.  I just starting  hunting a few years ago in PA for Bear.  This will be my first time using the 45-70 for the hunt.  Some of  my friends are somewhat jealous with envy over the 45-70.  I have received many compliments about how nice the Henry is.  It is a great honor to own something made in American and with such pride.  Thank You A Proud Henry Owner

Kevin Needham

Just picked up a brand new henry big boy steel 357mag . I am very impressed with the smoth action and fit and finish is awesome. Thanks for you and your employees making a fine american rifle.

Greg Wortmann

karl-d-henryI have tried the action on the Henry .22 and 30-30.  For an old man used to the hitch in a Model 94 I’m just blown away with the smoothness.  I expect nothing less in my Long Ranger.

You’re doing my family name good, Anthony, keep it up.

Karl D. Henry New Stanton, PA