Henry Customer Letters
This is my new Henery Lever action 22. I bought it for my 65th birthday and Just love it
Attached please find a photo that I received from John Wyman,Hunter Education Inddor Shooting Range, Fairbanks, AK of a group of campers, ages 11-14, who attended one of this summer's sessions of the Alaska Department of Fish & Game's Alaska Conservation Camp. Each camp session hosts up to 30 youth and teaches hands-on hunting, shooting, fishing and related activities and skills.
John expressed their thanks to YSSA (see the lane banner in the photo) and partnering businesses and manufacturers that help make the Alaska Conservation Camp happen. Thank you to you and Henry Repeating Arms for your continued support of youth shooting sports.
Steve Miller, Executive Director
Youth Shooting Sports Alliance
Dear Mr. Imperato: I was watching the Fox news channel last night and lo and behold a commercial for HENRY rifles came on the screen. I think it's the first commercial in twentyfive years that I have not muted. Thanks for the advertisement it was wonderful.
On another note, is it possible to obtain a price list for small parts for my H001 carbine? I wold like to acquire a collection of parts in the event there is a malfunction.
I have mounted a Weaver 1x3 power scope on it. That 1x setting is wonderfully fast. I'll be 83 this month and still able to shoot fairly accurately. A lot of joy in my life is attributable to my Henry. I have owned quite a few rifles in my life, but the Henry sits up there on top. Thank you for a very great product.
George J. Fischer
Pisgah Forest, NC
To The Folks at Henry,
I recently purchased a Henry Golden Boy as an anniversary gift for my husband. I was trying to top the gift I had given him 2 years earlier which was a Harley Davidson Softail. And I did, he was beyond surprised! He loves it. I just wanted to thank you for your committment to excellence and customer service. We have several rifles between us but this is the first Henry. It won't be the last! Thank you again.
Here is a picture on my son Danny with his HOO4BSA 201 and in full uniform! He loves his rifle, but still has'nt shot it. He says he wants to save it for his Eagle scout son. We'll see. Sorry it took so long, but it seems to be the boy scout way. Thank you again for ALL YOUR HELP!!!!!!!!!!!
Hello I have two Henry rifle. They are awesome and thank you.
Dear Henry Repeating Arms: First of all, I would like to thank you so much for your very fine service. I want to let you know that you have converted a die hard Winchester man into a Henry Gun man. The solidness of it along with its beauty is something special, along with the fact of all parts being made in the USA are something to behold. I now own three and am looking forward to buying # four, as my daughter-in-law said, "I would really like a Henry", after only firing half a box of ammo. My wife likes the very smooth lever action. Thank goodness that there are still American people, for real and not just in name. Keep the tradition going. My compliments to you and your fine craftsman for manufacturing such a very fine rifle. It surely is a treasure to behold! Yours truly,
The three happy Huck boys !
Jacob, Ryan and Chance Huck with thier Golden Boy Rifles !
I'm e-mailing some pictures, as a follow up to a e-mail that I sent you last year, about a Grandfather who bought his three Grandsons ,each a Henry Golden Boy as a Rememberance of their Grandfather,as a boy he always wanted a lever action rifle, but could not afford one.
They were three very happy and surprised boys and very proud of thier Golden Boy! They enjoy shooting targets and gophers,as they are a problem in this area.
Next purchase, probly the Granddaughter when she gets older. So keep on making them !
Just thought you might like to hear from another satisfied customer!
John G. Huck
Hello, I am the very satisfied owner of a Henry H001, and I would just like to say that anyone looking for a great looking, great shooting lever action rifle with real old west appeal that won't break the bank should look no further than Henry. As good as those attributes may be, I think what I appreciate the most about this rifle are the people who stand behind it..Anthony Imperato could write a manual for other corporate CEOs on what customer service should be all about. He is smart enough to know that going the extra mile to keep every customer satisfied is a win-win situation for all parties concerned. Here is a man who personally answers all email queries to the company...You don't see that every day! Henry Repeating Arms is what American companies used to be. I have no doubt whatsoever that as long as HRA continues to be run in Anthony's style, that they will be around long after the rest of us are gone. Thank you Anthony, not only for your commitment to manufacturing a fine made-in-the USA product, but for standing behind it long after the sale.
I did receive your catalog. Soon after that My wife ordered a rifle from the Cabelas store here in Missouri. The rifle was a gift for my birthday, a 44 Magnum Big Boy. To say that I am particular would be an understatement. Perhaps I get My attention to detail from my father. Mr. Chesley Van Stratton was a fighter jet electrical inspector for over 40 years, and is still an example of how to live with meaning. So I guess it?s no real mystery why I became an aerospace quality assurance inspector.
The first thing I did when got my new rifle was look at the fit and finish. I looked at every detail, and I was impressed. It wasn?t until after I looked at every small detail that I actually looked at the rifle as a whole, and it is beautiful. Soon after I received my rifle My wife, My Father, and I went to the range. It shoot flawlessly. My father and I where very impressed. Even my wife, to my surprise was able to shoot the rifle three times. When we were leaving, one of the range officials jokingly asked me if I needed to have him take it home and clean it for me.
Your company makes an exceptional rifle. It helps renew the feeling of pride that I have living in this country. I don?t have many firearms but the ones I do have are of the highest (AMERICAN) quality , and not since my Kimber have I seen a firearm with the fit and finish of this rifle. I would like to personally thank the fine craftsman that build these rifles. I would also like to thank you Mr. Imperato, for making a very important pledge to make Henry rifles here.
Matthew L. Van Stratton
I have purchased my last 3 Henry rifles (.22 S/L/LR, .357, and .17 HMR) from Cabela's where I normally shop for guns, and have never had a problem getting a Henry. I still have a few more to get, i.e. the .44, the new .30-30, and .45 Colt).
Keep building the finest rifles in the world, and I'll keep buying them!
dear Henry Went out shooting today. This is the best 22 I have ever had. Smooth action and light. Sincerely,
I received my gun and let me tell you pictures in your catalogue do not do it justice. Abraham Lincoln would have been proud to own this gun, and to top it off it is made right here in the good old USA. You guys rock!!!!!!!!!!! you sent serial number 10 to me, you do not know how much this means to me. some talk about service I talk about henrys extreme customer service. Even if you stole it from the ausies you perfected it here. The gun store I go to, which by the way was mobbed. I couldn?t tell people enough about you guys at Henry rifles. I now own 5 of your rifles and look forward to the deluxe 2 in may. Then I will send a family picture to post on the web; after all a family is not a family without a few Henry
I carry a .44 Mag, so I have your Big Boy, Ol' Thunderbutt, here----
SURELY you don't intend to allow a delicate ol' fart like me to have to rassle one of those, or, God Forbid, an Italian import!!
BESIDES ------ no action shooter in the U.S. could pass up a Henry!
I'm going to make this short.
I bought a 22 Henry Rifle love it so much I bought the 22 magnum Golden Boy, Then you had to make a 3030 So I ordered that one today.
If I bought the Henry first it would be the only rifles I would own.
It seems we don't make very many products in the USA anymore,but when we do they are still the best, the action of the lever action is the smoothest I have ever seen.
My name is Chuck Pensyl and I recently ordered a .22 LR Golden Boy. I just wanted to thank you for the fantastic wood on that rifle! I am a gunsmith, went to the Colorado School of Trades way back in 1976 and have a deep appreciation for gunstock wood, having worked with some fine pieces of French over the years, and for a factory rifle to have such a great piece of crotch feather Walnut on it, well, I just couldn't believe it! Attached is a photo of Cameron after he took the gun out of the box Christmas morning. He'd been asking for this rifle for some time, we had him believing he was getting a new camera. He was very surprised to say the least. Anyway, thank You again for such a beautiful rifle and wood. He's been shooting it every weekend, he loves it. Good hunting and God Bless America!
Good morning! I watched with great interest yesterday as Directv aired the hour-long special on your company. I can't tell you how proud I am to own a Golden Boy, especially after watching! The only Christmas gift I really wanted this year was the Henry. I felt like the kid in "A Christmas Story", dropping hints and trying to lead my wife with her gift ideas. I'm a 46-year old native of Southwestern Virginia, and my dad and I always shared our love for shooting. We lost him eight years ago in January, and I've been a gun collector of sorts ever since. I got my Golden Boy, and couldn't be happier with it. The quality and beauty are evident right out of the box, and the fact that it's 100% American is one of the most important reasons I chose the Henry as my gun of choice. May God continue blessing you and your family, and the Henry Repeating Arms Company! If you're ever travelling through Virginia, we're right off Interstate 81, near the Tennessee line. I'd love to show you around our town! Keep up the good work, my friend!
Splitting a card 25 feet with my new Henry Lever I sent you an e-mail about me (Joe's Fancy Guns) and that I had seen (Extreme Marksmen) on the History Channel a week or so ago, and it looked like they were using your Henry lever action 22 with the large loop, so I ordered in one from Jerry's Sport Center my wholesaler that I use a lot, and then we got over a foot of snow on the 28th of January, so soon as I had the lanes opened up I took the little Henry back toward the barn and stuck the little white card in a snowbank and fired off at 25 feet two shots and both hit as you can see from the pictures. Not bad considering I had never fired the gun before. So the little new Henry is really a keeper!!!!
Greetings to All at Henry Repeating Arms,
I know it might seem strange, but with the current political climate I felt compelled to purchase my grandson his first rifle. I am enclosing a picture for your review. I did not want to wait too long to get him set up. In the picture he is 4 days old. Maybe some kind of record. I actual picked it up before he was born, but I didn't think guns in the hospital was the proper approach.
I promise to write back and send another picture when he is actually trained on firearm handling and shooting. Again Thanks for your excellent product.
Dear Mr. Imperato, Sir, Thank you very much for your catalog, I just wanted you to know that I did buy a Henry Golden Boy in 22 Mag. This is the 3rd. Golden Boy I have bought since you came out with this Rifle. It seems that this seems to be the only firearm I buy nowadays, When I think of the old west the Henry is the one that I think of! More then the Win. or Marlin, Because the Henry was the gun that started it all! A While back I was hoping that you made a 357 Mag. and to answer my prayers you did! So I will be getting one soon. Thank you for a great Rifle!