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As promised, these are some pictures from the ceremony we held. The people in the picture are Dan Dawson ( White Beard); Scout Matt Jaszyn ( Huge smile attached to a Scout uniform); me ( Pin Stripe suit with a West Point lapel pin); and Rick Jaszyn ( obviously proud parent in a Scout uniform).
Henry makes great rifles and has great employees.
Thanks for all you’ve done for helping me make the 5,000th rifleman ceremony a memorable one.
a great big thank you for what your doing for me. bryon called me to say lori i guess called him. about the shipment. my son is going to flip out over this. he loves shooting my 17 when he’s back. like i said anthony this will be my 3rd henry and it won’t be my last. i need to order a 22 that i can shoot. bryon my dealer has the 22 form the historical armory and said he’s extremly proud of it. they look great with the engraving on them. i had forgot he got one, actually he order 6 out of the ten they made for our county, for other people in my town. before to long he’ll be a henry man himself. especially after the way you looked after me. thanks again anthony which is my father, and my brothers name. my grandmother on my dads side was full italian. her name was fuastina angelina bortteliti im not sure of the spelling now on her last name. she was born in northern italy came with he parents when she was seven. i will put in the henry word to all my shooting buddys.
Dear friends at HRAC
There are few things in life that are worth waiting for and are to be treasured once they arrive, such is the case of my new brass Henry 30-30 that finally arrived last week – it is simply beautiful – a work of art. Thanks to each and every employee of HRAC. I have numerous Winchesters, Marlins, Brownings and Milsurps at home the the HENRYs give me the most pride of ownership – thay are simply awesome !!! Thanks also for “keeping it American” !
With warm regards,
Thank you for the replacement o-rings, patch and hat. The attached photo is my 8 year old son Calvin with a huge fox squirrel he killed with his Henry Lever Youth Model .22. With his 12 year old brother, Calvin passed his Georgia Hunters Certification test this fall, and has killed a few squirrels with his Henry. Calvin loves this gun. He would sleep with it if I would let him. This model is a great choice for youth, due to the size, and fact that it is easy to carry on an empty chamber. Calvin had his Grandmother sew the “Henry-Load on Sunday, shoot all week long” patch and his Georgia Certified Safe Hunter patch on his blaze orange vest. Keep making a great product, and we?ll keep buying them.
I am writing in appreciation of the outstanding job the customer service department at Henry Repeating Arms Company did regarding the issue I had. Even though it was my own fault. I had barely finished stating my problem when the lady on the other end of the phone advised me she would put the replacement parts in the mail at no cost to me. I was truly shocked. Apparently this is the way this company is run with customer service being a top priority. I am 50 years old and have been hunting, target shooting and collecting guns most of my life. I cant remember the last time I was treated with this level of respect and professionalism by a large company. Keep up the good work because this is what Made In The U.S.A is supposed to mean. Oh and just so the Lady I spoke with gets the Job Well Done.
Dear Mr Imperato,
Not too long ago, I wrote to you in regards of purchasing a Henry youth model .22 cal for my son’s 12th birthday as of May 28th, 2010.Since that time, I have taken him out on numerous occasions, shooting gophers.It did not take me long to realize how accurate of a shot he is with his Henry, hitting his target most of the time. He truly loves his rifle and I believe I have made a right choice in the Henry rifle.
We reside in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada. Saskatchewan, being one of the three Canadian prairie provinces, is overwhelmed with gophers, which is a menace to our grain farmers. Also known as the “Richardson ground squirrel”, these critters are a plague to grain fields, costing agriculture millions of dollars damage.
As promised, I have included a couple of pictures of my son and his Henry & the infamous gopher, the Richardson ground squirrel.