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.
Mr. Imperato and Lori,
The crowd and staff at The American Legion National Convention loved the military service tribute rifle you donated for the Onderdonk Award. So did the recipient – this year it was Daniel Wheeler, the Legion’s national adjutant. Attached is a photo of the award presentation (Copyright 2016 Lucas Carter/The American Legion). Your incredible generosity in donating such a beautiful rifle for such a good cause was appreciated by everyone in attendance.
Thank you again.
I know you must hear this daily but let me add my voice and words to the countless others.
Thank You so much for restoring part of our American heritage and keeping it uniquely American.
I was first introduced to your company back in 2010 when you partnered with the Boy Scouts to produce the Golden Boy for their Centennial. As a youth, I enjoyed shooting 22 rifles at camp and participated in marksmanship competitions. I earned the rank of Eagle in 1985 but drifted away from the program until my son became of age in 2010. I celebrated my reentry to scouting (after 25 years) with a purchase of your rifle.
On that day in 2010, another new interest emerged, a love for firearm collecting. I am now an Assistant Scoutmaster in a troop with 150 boys and a proud firearm collector with six Henry Rifles. It’s a great day when those interests intersect and the boys and their dads can experience shooting a Henry rifle.
It was a great honor meeting you in Louisville this past weekend. That excitement carried forward and today I am happy to say I purchased a Henry Original (BTH05961)… as an early Fathers Day present.
Again, thank you for restoring this part of our American heritage. The Henry Original is now the pride of my collection and part of my story.
I first had the pleasure of meeting you at last year’s Gun Guru’s filming in Nashville. I ran into you this year in Louisville. You gave me your business card and said to send you an email, because you had a lot of pink stuff. Well, I finally got around to taking a picture with my Henry rifle, Gun Guru and Henry items to send your way.
It was a pleasure meeting you. Thank you for manufacturing such quality firearms. To quote your motto…”Built in America, or not at all.”
Off to the gun range again with a pair of nice Henry’s! Life is good.
I just brought home a new Fortress safe as my Heritage finally got filled up. I took a before and an after picture and thought you might get a kick out of my take on how to best christen a new gun safe (other than putting a new Henry in it of course). The pics are attached.
Also, I have a question about custom engraving. My wife and I bought a pair of American Rose rifles, one for each daughter. The plan was to have them engraved with their first initial and last names. With the intent to preserve their last names as they will likely be taking on new names when they marry. Since our purchase, we have been unable to find anyone that can engrave them for us. Does Henry offer this type of service? Or do you have anyone you work with that is your preferred vendor?
Thank you so much for your time and making such great products. I already own 4 Henry’s and have another 12 or so on my short-term bucket list. My life goal is to get a Golden Boy or Big Boy in brass for each caliber you make, and then on to the big bore rifles in brass, and then depending on how long I make it, I’d like to move to the nickel series.
I don’t know if you remember the letter I sent you about my Dad’s Henry 45lc Big Boy w big loop that was stolen back in the day. You were ever so gracious and read my letter and even sent me a mug, thank you Anthony. Well I’m writing you today to tell you that I finally replaced Dad’s Henry Big Boy in his memory and it is once again one of my most prized possessions , because when I look at it , I think of him and how he loved it so. Anthony, I want to say THANK YOU, for who you are your Dad would be proud, and THANK YOU for making the Very Best Guns in the WORLD….
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.
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!