Buy Direct – Henry VFW Tribute Rifles
The Henry VFW Tribute and Post Edition Rifles are ordered directly from Henry Repeating Arms. Print out our order form below, or get the form in the mail.
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The Henry VFW Tribute Edition rifles make fundraising
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VFW Post 7560, of Hawk Point, MO bought a Post Tribute Edition rifle, and Quartermaster Charles Rohrbacher said it “went over very well.” Rohrbacher, who served in the Air Force in Vietnam in 1964 with the 5040th Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance Group as an aircraft maintenance technician, said raffle ticket sales were good, and the Post raised nearly $1,000. “Everybody kind of fell in love with it,” Rohrbacher said.
VFW Post 7356 in Parkville, MO purchased two rifles – one VFW Tribute Edition and one Post Tribute Edition – to raffle off. Post 7356 Quartermaster Robert Eckerle, who served in Vietnam from 1966-67 in the Air Force’s 412th Munitions Maintenance Squadron, said the Post held the raffles between January and May of 2017. Tickets sold for $20 each, with a limit of 200 available. Eckerle noted the Post members’ response to the fundraising effort was “very favorable because they’re beautiful rifles.” The raffle brought in about $3,200, according to Eckerle.
Michael Linster, of VFW Post 9760, said his Post raffled one of each rifle in November 2016 and sold about 500 tickets per raffle. “I thought they were fantastic weapons,” said Linster, who served three years in the Navy on the USS George Washington Carver as a yeoman and was deployed to Rota, Spain. “I looked at both of them after they were won, and it’s a great opportunity to purchase one, especially with the VFW logo on it. I thought it was fantastic.”
Department of Alabama VFW netted $9,000.00 selling raffle tickets over a specific period.
Average amount raised per raffle: $1,435.00
Highest amount raised (net): $4,000.00
Henry Wall Display
The perfect way to show off your treasured Henry rifle is with the Henry Wall Display. Made of solid American black walnut, the Henry Wall Display is designed to attractively display and securely hold a Henry Golden Boy, like the VFW Tribute Editions.