Henry 25th Anniversary

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Henry 25th Anniversary Press Kit
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Dear Friend,

While the namesake and spirit date back to 1860 with Benjamin Tyler Henry’s design for the first successful lever action rifle, Henry Repeating Arms as you know it today is a new kid on the block, relatively speaking. 

The very first H001 Classic Lever Action .22’s left our Brooklyn, NY facility in March of 1997, which means that we are celebrating our “silver” 25th Anniversary in March of 2022.

For the celebrations, we are going to do what we do best – build guns. Throughout the year, we are releasing several 25th Anniversary Edition models for Henry fans and collectors alike. In true Henry fashion, we are pulling out all of the stops to make these some of the best-looking rifles we have ever made.

Charitable endeavors are a huge part of what makes us who we are as a company, and in honor of the 25th Anniversary Henry will donate $1,000,000 to various charities and entities that have been a part of their Guns For Great Causes program for more than two decades. For what will be Henry’s largest Guns For Great Causes campaign to date, Henry is donating a series of 1,000 embellished rifles that will be sold for $1,000 each. Beneficiaries will include veterans and first responder organizations, children’s hospitals, 2nd Amendment organizations, and wildlife conservation agencies.

It is our hope that you will join us in celebrating 25 years of Henry Repeating Arms with a story, video, or article to share with your audience for release no earlier than March 2022.

To assist, please review the following press kit and materials that cover the major facets of our company. On page 2 of the presentation, you will find a letter from Henry CEO & Founder, Anthony Imperato, containing some additional details.

I am at your service with regards to facilitating anything that you might need from us to make this happen. We need your help to hit the ground running in March.

Thank you very much for your continued efforts and support on behalf of Henry Repeating Arms.

Sincerely,

Dan Clayton-Luce
Henry Repeating Arms
Communications Director
dan@henryusa.com
Cell: (919) 818-2052

Press Kit Presentation

Henry 25th Anniversary Press Kit
Henry 25th Anniversary Press Kit

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Manufacturing Photos

Anthony Imperato heading into headquarters facility in Rice Lake, Wisconsin.
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Anthony Imperato (left) and Andy Wickstrom (right), discussing daily operations.
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Anthony Imperato visiting with toolmakers in Rice Lake, Wisconsin headquarters.
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Anthony Imperato inspecting the finish on a part.
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Design and manufacturing engineers in Rice Lake, Wisconsin.
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Anthony Imperato and Andy Wickstrom reviewing a lever next to a Haas CNC machine.
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A cell of Haas CNC machines in Henry Repeating Arms’ Rice Lake, WI headquarters location.
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Anthony Imperato with a rack of completed Henry .45-70 lever action rifles awaiting final inspection and packaging.
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A rack of unfinished U.S. Survival AR-7 receivers produced in Henry’s Rice Lake, Wisconsin facility.
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A rack of completed All-Weather .45-70 rifles awaiting final inspection and packaging.
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Anthony Imperato (left) and his father Louis Imperato (right) inspecting trigger guards at the Colt Black Powder Arms Co. factory in Brooklyn, NY in May 1995.
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Anthony Imperato inspecting the handiwork of a barrel polisher in the Colt Black Powder Arms Co. factory. Anthony formed the company in 1993.
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