My father (Kevin Schanke) and I both bought rifles last spring and finally got out together to go for some late season squirrel hunting. We live in Wisconsin and this was the first time we got to hunt with our rifles. We are both very impressed with them. We love that they are 100% made in america. I have some pictures of our squirrels and rifles. I have a Golden Boy .22 and he has the Silver Boy .22 with a scope. I am hoping I can email the pictures to you and get them in the magazine. I want to surprise my father with this.
Love my two Henrys. Thank you for making great rifles. Next time you come through Idaho stop by at our deli in the Boise area for a great sandwich.
First three shots right out of the box at 50 meters
About three years ago I purchased a Henry Frontier Model rifle. It has become my favorite firearm. In the last two years I have entered a turkey shoot put on by the American Legion. 2 1/2 inch bullseye at 50 feet. Open sights.I have won a turkey each time I’ve entered. The only time it was close was when one of the competitors had a Henry Golden Boy, and then I won in a shoot off. Thanks to Henry for making such a fine product and making them in the USA !
Hi Sir . My name is Anthony as well . I currently live in Corpus Christi TX but I am originally from CT . I really want to just thank you for building such beautiful Rifles. I have a collection of them and would love to share them with you . I also have a question about one of your 2016 Rifles . The one I am speaking of is the 41mag . I understand that it is not going to made in brass ? I am a little upset about that but I also understand that you must have a reason . I currently own the Brass collection of the 44-40 , 45-70 , 30/30 , 357 , 45L , 44mag , 22mag , 22LR and the 17HMR . So for me not to have the 41mag in brass would kinda be heartbreaking , but I will always respect your decisions . Thanks again Sir .
Anthony Thank You for your wonderful quality control and your all made in America company! I finally picked up my. 45-70 yesterday. Was worth the wait !
Dave and Becky Hemp
with one of our cars
Mr. Imperato, thank you for responding to my recent E-mail regarding my delight with my Silver Eagle. I would be honored to have my picture on your website. I was the guy who mentioned I grew up in Brooklyn NY. I lived on 88th St., one block up from the Dyker Beach Golf Course. Thanks again for your great company and terrific guns.
The Sones family loves Henry Repeating Arms as you can see in the attached photo. Thank you for all you do for our veterans, for making a great product and supporting it with the best customer service anywhere. Just a note to say thanks for the nice gifts for my kids. They were excited to receive them. You and your staff went above and beyond with the thoughtfulness. I have shared this gesture with my extended family members. Again thanks for the gifts and thanks for doing what you do.
Since a teenager I always wanted a Henry .22 lever action never bought one, 6 years ago my wife bought me a Golden Boy for Christmas. Best gun I have ever owned. So I convinced myself to get a Big Boy in .357 shot it yesterday. There is no doubt Henry makes the best repeating rifles made. Made in America the finest highest quality firearm unbelivable accuracy right out of box. Should have bought my first 35 years ago shame on me.
The girl in the picture is 12 year old Emma Mae Rocchetta. The horse is Traveler and we live in Manorville Long Island New York. She has been hunting next to me for a few years now and actually bow hunted herself this year. She can’t wait to go squirrel hunting with her Henry 22.
I was looking for a gun for her to start with and the Henry 22 was the perfect rifle! I take her to my sportsman club (Peconic River Sportsman) where she has a blast shooting the steel targets. It won’t be long before she beats me in the dueling 22 trees.
Living on long island not many young girls hunt and fish. We put one of these pictures on Face Book and only received good responses with much curiosity about the gun and the horse.
I will be buying her a deer rifle in the future if you have any good Henry suggestions.