Hi Anthony. I’m the guy that contacted you about the spelling of Rifle on your site & you gave me a free engraved receiver cover for my grandson. Thank you. He loves it. Anyway I am buying a Big Boy Carbine in .44 Remington Mag for my wife & I am going to have the forearm branded with her dad’s brand, bar lazy y. He passed away several years ago & this is going to be a family heirloom. Have you ever thought of laser burning brands into the forearms of some of your rifles as an option? Take care,
I wanted to thank you for your gift package containing Henry swag. It was kindly appreciated, and has been distributed to members of my American Legion Post 453 here in Dallas, TX. I wanted you to know that Henry rifles still holds great value in the eyes of the American sportsman and shooting enthusiasts. Our Post purchased two Henry’s, one Model H006 in .44 Magnum, and one Model 4004V in .17 HMR. We sold $1 raffle tickets for a chance to win both rifles. After 5 months of ticket sales we sold $9,409.00. The funds went towards renovations at the Veteran’s Resource Center/Homeless Veterans Center here in Dallas, TX. I am attaching a photograph of the winner with their Henry’s.
We hope to be able to raise enough funds to purchase two more weapons for the 2017 season. The demands at the Veterans Resource Center are high, but we are up to the task.
Thank you very much for building such high quality and beautiful firearms I have acquired 6 of them love every one
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!
Mr Imperato, I had recently emailed you about a veterans project we were doing and You and Charlie were kind enough to help us acquire a Henry military service tribute rifle to give away. I wanted to let you know what an extreme honor it was to hand your rifle over to Corporal Adam Patrick Snow of the United States Marine Corp. Corporal Snow served 8 years and during his time he was shot three times and hit by three separate roadside bombs, which his left him with a lifetime of injuries and scars . After each injury he begged to go back to fight with his men for our country. In addition to your rifle, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead wrote a letter to give to Patrick congratulating him on his rifle and reaffirming that Patrick is a true hero.
I could not think of a better way to have honored Corporal Snow in front of 400 people in small town Laramie, WY than with your rifle and the Governors support.
We also auctioned a Henry Golden Boy for $1450 and donated the money to Project Healing Waters local chapter. All said and done, a great night thanks in part to your support.
Thank you, Jeff Wente
My new favorite gunsmith who also runs my new favorite gun store; Shooter’s Den of Georgia, a Henry Gold Dealer, mounted a Vortex Razor Red Dot sight on my .44 Magnum Big Boy Carbine. Perfect medicine for the coyotes that keep eating our chickens.
A perfect retro rifle with a little bit of high tech on top! Nothing beats a Henry!
We finally had a nice, sunny day here in the Northwest.
I took my sons out to go shooting for their very first time and we brought along their newly-acquired Henry rifles. The rifles worked flawlessly and we all had a great time. Attached is a picture for you. If there is anything we can do to help your company, please let me know.
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
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.
First, I appreciate your strong support of our military, veterans, and the Second Amendment.
Secondly, I love your firearms. I initially started with the .22 caliber. It shoots and functions flawlessly. When you came out with the 30-30 steel rifle, I got one and it worked great also. I then got the .44 magnum in sleet. Also a workhorse.
Your firearms are well made, look good, accurate, and reliable. Anyone considering buying a lever gun from overseas needs to seriously consider what they are getting. ALL of my Henry rifles sold for well below your posted MSRP. When I compared a foreign rifle with a Henry in the gun shop side by side, it was an easy decision. The Henry had better metal finishing, a smoother action, better wood furniture, AND that tubular magazine loading feature (which I like but some do not.)
Further, when I bought the .22 rifle the magazine plunger broke and you fixed the rifle for free. Service and a rock solid warranty are also reasons I keep buying Henry rifles.
Thanks so much for caring enough to stand behind your all American parts, American labor, and American values in customer service. Keep up the good work.