The good ole boy philosophers who sit on the bench in downtown Lynnville, Tennessee, population pf 327. They look good in their “Henry” gear!
Thanks for taking care of them.
Two more Texan Henry Enthusiasts!
Off to the gun range again with a pair of nice Henry’s! Life is good.
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.
I would like to commend you on the rework of the AR-7. The Henry U.S. Survival rifle is the most fun you can have for $250! Right out of the box we started feeding it any 22lr we could find, and it ate it all like candy. The small groups we consistently were getting lived around 1-1/4 at 25 yards. My friends and I were amazed at this novelty rifle that had accuracy of competitor guns of twice the price.
Please see my YouTube review of the gun. To be honest, we rated your weapon with high marks. Our only complaint was the heavy trigger pull. I feel I could shoot tighter groups with a 4 lb trigger or less.
Thank you for your consistent, enthusiastic support of our industry and for producing fine quality American made products! Here’s a photo of our long time customer Charlie Farson with his Henry Big Boy Deluxe Engraved. He has been a regular in our store since the late 1960’s and is a big fan of Henry rifles.
The Henry Military Tribute rifle went over great. We raised somewhere around $2500 raffling the rifle off.
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!
It was a pleasure meeting you in Louisville. Thank you for taking the time to go with me to the Cabela’s booth so the crew could have a photo.
I’d like to thank you for honoring my instructor Mary (M.J.) Vowell for her service in the U.S. Army. You may have heard the roar in the audience with you gave her the rifle! We’re quite proud and fond of M.J. here at FTG, and I can think of no person who deserves recognition more.
On a more personal level, it’s always my utmost pleasure to meet a Great American – you are one. Your mark on this great nation will be remembered by millions of Americans. God bless you for that, and God Bless America!