Henry President Interviewed on Boresight Tapes Podcast

Listen to Anthony Imperato on The Boresight Tapes Podcast

May 24, 2021

Anthony Imperato leaning against a rack of rifles in a factory setting

Anthony Imperato, President & Owner of Henry Repeating Arms, with a rack of rifles waiting to be test-fired in Bayonne, NJ.

Think of any topic that you find interesting, and you can be sure that there are at least a handful of podcasts dedicated to exploring that topic in-depth. In the case of firearms, there are probably hundreds. In fact, you could probably spend the rest of your life listening to the years of podcast content out there on firearms. So how do you wade through all of that content and find the cream of the crop? Start with the hosts. Are they knowledgeable on the subject? Do they have years of experience that lend credence to their opinions? Can they manage to snag high-profile guests? In the case of The Boresight Tapes podcast, the answer to all of the above is a resounding yes.

Hosted by renowned firearms author Geoffrey Norman, the Senior Curator of the NRA’s National Firearms Museum, Phil Schreier, and acclaimed gunmaker Ted Hatfield (yes, those Hatfields), The Boresight Tapes podcast aims to tell the story of America’s fascination with firearms through the lens of their place in history. In short, it’s a podcast about America and its guns- the shooters, the makers, and the legends.

Henry President and Owner Anthony Imperato recently joined the panel for an episode all about Henry Repeating Arms. Starting with the historical 1860 Henry rifle, all the way through to today, and then peering into the future, this episode is sure to get you fired up about the lever action’s place in America and how Henry Repeating Arms firmly declares that the lever-action is America’s rifle.

Check out the full episode below!

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5 Comments
  • Lance P Burton
    June 1, 2021

    How about a brass receiver on a over and under shotgun

  • Predrag Djuric
    June 12, 2021

    How about a 3 inch .410 lever action shotgun perhaps?

  • william rork
    June 15, 2021

    Your information is interesting. I have tried without success to Purchase the IWO JIMA edition, however the local dealers will not take any orders for Henry Firearms because Henry will not ship.

    William

  • Harry OBrien
    June 26, 2021

    Looking for protection of family and property only(strange world we live in today) what would you suggest. I live in West Seneca. Former/always a Marine

    • Harry OBrien
      June 26, 2021

      Appreciate your suggestion