Henry’s Repeating Support
by Christina Paladeau for the NRA Blog
“Made in America, or Not Made At All.”
The Henry Repeating Arms motto proclaims the company’s dedication to American production, and it also represents a much deeper passion for ensuring the future of American firearms traditions and freedoms.
Started in Brooklyn in 1996 by Louis Imperato and his son Anthony, Henry Repeating Arms has become the leading lever action manufacturer and one of the most productive firearms companies in the U.S. Anthony Imperato now continues his family’s more than 100-year history in the gun business as the owner and President of Henry Repeating Arms. Between the headquarters established in Bayonne, N.J., in 2008 and a second manufacturing facility in Rice Lake, Wis., it produces more than 300,000 rifles annually. Many of the models in that lineup are incorporated into the Friends of NRA fundraising program, including the signature Golden Boy and Big Boy lever action rifles along with the Henry US Survival AR-7 semi-automatic takedown .22LR and the newly introduced Henry Lever Action 410 gauge shotgun.