This month (March 2016) I took receipt of a Henry Big Boy Steel chambered in .357 Magnum. Being a US Army Commissioned Officer stationed here in New Jersey I am partial to American made products, thus the only other lever gun I own is a Marlin. I take pride in knowing my firearms inside and out and I’ve fired and subsequently disassembled your firearm. My conclusion is that your firearm is a superior product, the Cadillac of American made lever guns. The fit, finish and attention to detail that make up your firearms is the standard that other manufacturers should emulate.
Good afternoon Anthony & Lori,
I wanted to send you a note and thank you for all of the help while ordering and processing our custom rifle order. We received the rifles on Friday and everyone loved them. A couple of us already took them to the range and broke them in.
To say the least, the rifles are beautiful. From butt plate to muzzle, each rifle was perfect. We all loved the black etching on the stock and were happy we didn’t add our colors to our logo.
Once the weather warms up a little, we are all bringing our rifles together to take a group shot in front of our business, to help commemorate our 40th anniversary of EPA. When we get the pictures taken, I will send you a copy.
Again, thank you for helping us make our 40th anniversary memorable and for making an American-made product that we can all be proud to own.
We were able to raise 5000$ with a raffle of the Freemason Tribute Rifle. We plan to double the number of children we buy Christmas for as well as feed additional families. Enclosed I have attached a picture of the raffle winner and myself. The winner was Robby Wood. And he was more than enthusiastic to accept the winnings.
Hi Anthony : I want to thank you so very much. I am very proud to be the owner of two of the finest rifles made!!! To top it off they are “AMERICAN MADE” 100% . Thank you again, I’ll keep in touch my friend, God Bless,
P.S. attached is a photo you my enjoy !!
Dear Mr. Imperato,
I emailed you last week stating I had purchased a Henry Rile – a Big Boy Steel to be exact. I loved the look when I took it out of the box, and I love it even more now that I’ve been to the range (3x)!
It shoots like a dream. You should see what it does to a 1/2 liter water bottle! LOL. The bottle is about 2 ½ inches across. From 25 yards, I hit them 4 out of 4 times. I’m an OK shot, but this rifle makes me a better marksman.
Just wanted to let you know, I think you have a GREAT product.
Thanks for keeping it American!
“Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you,
Jesus Christ and the American G. I.
One died for your soul; the other for your freedom”.
Mr. Imperato, I wanted to thank you and your excellent company for making Christmas at the Newell house a very merry one. I had the good fortune to converse with you last year in reference to my very first Henry purchase, and how in love with my Henry big boy in .45LC. What you don’t know is that both of my children and my wife also love my Big Boy. So, for Christmas this year, I got my wife the Big Boy Steel in .45LC, as well as the American Beauty in .22. Of course, I also had to get both of my children a Henry, so I got the Golden Boy in .22 for both of them.
Good day Mr. Imporato , just added number four ,as Mr. Larry Sheilds likes to call it the thumper the H010 45-70 . Thank you for making such quality firearms and to Larry ,enjoy his videos , thought I would share a pic of them since I aim so proud to own them , thanks again from Northern Ontario Canada
Conner Matthew Dillard, Eagle Scout, with his grandfather Bob.
Just wanted to share a story about the Golden Boy 22 rifle: Several years ago, my brother loaned his Henry GB 22 to me and I kept it for a few years before he decided to take it back home. I really enjoyed shooting that gun and often talked fondly about it. Realizing that I loved the gun so much and having heard that story a few times, my son surprised me with an early birthday present, a new Henry Golden Boy 22. I quickly went to work on sighting it in, because our scheduled squirrel hunt was only days away. I only shot twice during our short hunt, but harvested two squirrels from tall Mississippi trees with those shots (with the origin open sights). I love the accuracy of this gun, not to mention the smoothness in the action. And oh, my son’s contact lense got misplaced in his eye while gazing up at those tall trees and asked, “Dad, do you have a mirror?” I jokingly said, “I don’t carry mirrors on squirrel hunts!” Then I realized that I had one in my hand! So I held the bright mirror finished Golden Boy receiver up to his face and he was able to find his contact and get it back in place. Another use discovered for the Henry Golden Boy! I’m proud of my son and the Golden Boy!