Henry Repeating Arms Premieres 1,000 Man Shoot Documentary

Press release:

On Monday, November 14th 1,000 proud shooters from 16 states stood side-by-side in a line spanning a mile and a half long and simultaneously fired two shots from a commemorative Henry Golden Boy Silver 1,000 Man Edition .22 caliber rifle.

This weekend Henry Repeating Arms is premiering a half-hour long show on national television and across the internet to let everyone see how that historic, record-breaking day took place.

The full show can be seen here: https://www.henryusa.com/1000-man-shoot-documentary/

High-profile YouTube personalities, thousands of Henry fans and 2nd Amendment supporters, an explosive demonstration from USA Chemical Supply, and the sound of 1,000 rounds of .22 LR echoing off the backdrop of desert hills are just a few things that make this new show worth watching and sharing.

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About Henry Repeating Arms
Henry Repeating Arms is one of the country’s leading rifle manufacturers. Their company motto is ‘Made In America Or Not Made At All’ and their products come with an unlimited lifetime guarantee. Henry rifles played a significant role in the frontier days of the American West and soon became one of the most legendary, respected and sought after rifles in the history of firearms. The company’s manufacturing facilities are in Bayonne, NJ and Rice Lake, WI.


  1. avatar Esoteric Inanity says:

    Only people from 16 of the 50 states? What was up with that? No doubt that with a little effort, all 50 states + all territories could have had a participant. Still a shame with the Guinness book BS not recognizing it though.

    1. avatar VerendusAudeo says:

      I actually agree with Guinness’ reasoning behind not keeping that record. They avoid stuff that could lead to a dangerous escalation. The 1,000 shoot took a lot of coordination. If 2,000 drunk idiots get together because they want to break that record with ARs, chances are that something is going to go very wrong based solely on the law of large numbers.

      1. avatar -Peter says:

        Because nothing could possibly go wrong in the attempt to break any of their other goofy records?

      2. avatar Chris Dumm says:

        Never mind all the broken noses and ruptured testicles from a ‘World’s Largest Dodgeball’ attempt, or all of the herniated disks and broken wrists from a ‘World’s Largest Game of Twister’ fiasco.

        That being said, I’m sure the *real* record for simultaneous gunfire belongs to the battles of Kursk, Verdun or the Somme.

  2. avatar jwm says:

    Demolition Ranch, who is a doctor(ish), had a segment on this. He was one of the bloggers there. It looked like fun.

    1. avatar Missouri Mule says:

      Matthew Carriker DVM, if you care…
      Fair Oaks Ranch Veterinary
      Dr. Matt Carriker
      (830) 755-8770
      28604 Interstate 10 W
      Boerne, TX 7800

  3. avatar ActionPhysicalMan says:

    This doesn’t seem very interesting to me. One of those “feelz” type events.

  4. avatar Ralph says:

    Why is it that when I saw the phrase “thousand man shoot,” I thought of a weekend in Chicago?

  5. avatar James69 says:

    Where did the get all the .22 ammo ??

    1. avatar Timmer says:

      Winchester. But they only needed 4 bricks. 1000 shooters, 2 rounds apiece.

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