Murder Hornets Have Arrived. Grab The Garden Gun!

The Asian Giant Hornet Is Now In The U.S. For The First Time Ever.

May 6, 2020
Giant Asian Hornet

By Yasunori Koide – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=63832922

They are truly the creature of nightmares. The Giant Asian Hornet, or “Murder Hornet” has recently been found on U.S. soil for the first time ever, and that’s a problem. Their stings can be deadly to animals and humans alike, and this invasive species is also known to eradicate honey bee populations. While the exact method of how they got here is unknown, it is known that populations of this species must not be allowed to take hold and thrive.

Ownership of a legitimate flamethrower is few and far between (and not legal in all 50 states). They also have the issue of causing more collateral damage than anticipated when the intended target is as small as an insect.

Fortunately, there’s the Henry Garden Gun. This smoothbore .22-caliber shotgun is meant to be used with .22 LR shotshells, a cartridge with more than enough firepower to take down a “Murder Hornet” without taking down whatever is behind it.

Henry Garden Gun

The Henry Garden Gun is a great choice for dispatching “Murder Hornets”.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE HENRY GARDEN GUN

As if COVID-19 wasn’t bad enough, we now have a killer flying monster in the U.S. Save the honey bees, yourself, and your family and friends. Pick up a Henry Garden Gun and fend off these unwanted critters.

*DISCLAIMER* Please do not shoot every insect that looks like a bee and/or wasp, as a lot of these species may look similar and are actually beneficial, protected, endangered, or on the brink of extinction. However, if you do have a confirmed “Murder Hornet” population on your property A) grab the Henry Garden Gun and B) consider moving to another part of the country.

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12 Comments
  • William Brothers
    May 7, 2020

    Would love to have one I live in Vermont and it’s a rural area

  • Richard MacLaren
    May 7, 2020

    great rifle to have to get rid of these bugs

  • Cody Gargis
    May 8, 2020

    Nothing compares to a Henry already own 4 of them

  • Donald
    May 8, 2020

    I would like to get any info I can as I have honeybees. Henry rifle is the best is the best .

  • Ron Monnie
    May 10, 2020

    But…… how much toilet paper should we buy and can we exchange our hoarded hand sanitizer for a garden gun?

  • Anthony Holt
    May 10, 2020

    Since there are no confirmations of these giant invasive “killers” beyond Washington or Oregon borders, I would throw caution in the wind to the would be buyers, so as not to be shooting every flying stinging insect they see. As an acting entomologist for the government, we do not need a bunch of civilians shooting up the insect world.

  • Mark
    May 11, 2020

    Every household needs one of these!
    If they are going to overhype and freak out about this bug,
    then I will overly recommend this garden gun to one and all!
    Great work Henry! I love it and must get it!

  • Mark Meyer
    May 12, 2020

    I’d like to believe Crazy Earl would approve of this action. It’s a whole lot more potent than that Red Ryder he packed…

  • Ray Barber
    May 13, 2020

    I have ask for a catalog three time And still not received one. Two times by mail and once by phone.

  • Roy Chip Carlson
    June 1, 2020

    Dealer in Cheyenne WY?

  • nico stone
    June 3, 2020

    No catalog, no one getting back to us, whats up. goin to move on after 3weeks . wanted a 45-70. goin to Marlin

  • Doug
    July 5, 2020

    The Henry Garden Gun is my most recent Henry purchase and one of my favorites! Paired up with the CCI shotshells, this gun does exactly as claimed. Keeping the House Sparrow population in check and the ground squirrels from decimating my garden is fun and easy with this gun. The Murder Hornet would definitely be at a disadvantage!

    If you do not own one of these guns, you should consider it. I had an issue with the first Henry I purchased several years back and they stood behind their satisfaction guarantee 100%. They made things right and as a result, the Garden Gun is my 7th Henry.