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Henry Repeating Arms, repeating (courtesy The Truth About Guns)

TTAG supports veterans. We hire vets and donate time and money to vets. (News of the Texas Firearms Festival’s Veterans Appreciation Day to follow.) During my recent interview with Henry Repeating Rifles’ impresario Anthony Imperato, I asked if he’d send a couple of rifles to Veteran Outdoors [autoplay audio at the link]. The charity takes veterans hunting to help heal their psychological wounds and assimilate back into society. VO spends 110 percent of the money received directly on their outreach programs (10 percent comes from their own pockets). Mr. Imperato sent VO ten .30-30 lever guns, which they get to keep after their hunts. Press release after the jump. Stories of vets hunting with the rifles to follow . . .

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For Immediate Release

Repeating Support for Veteran Outdoors by Henry Rifles

Veteran Outdoors will be well supported in the upcoming big game hunting season of 2015/ 2016 thanks to the very generous support of Henry Rifles. Henry Rifles have been a main stay in the American firearms industry since 1860. Who better to partner with than a company that believes “Made In America or Not Made at All”?

Georgetown Texas based Non Profit Veteran Outdoors is a 501c.(3) that takes veterans, primarily wounded on their dream outdoor adventures. Veteran Outdoors became an IRS determined Non-Profit in 2008 and since then have taken over 1100 Veterans on outdoor adventures.  Many of these adventures are hunting adventures and to have the support of such a reputable firearm company that played such an important role in American History is so fitting.

Veteran Outdoors take an annual average of 169 warriors into the outdoors so Henry Rifles support of 10 .30/30 Brass with Octagon barrel will without a doubt support Veteran Outdoors big game needs. Whether its bear hunting in New Mexico or Elk in Wyoming or Mule Deer in West Texas the deserving Heroes will be completely outfitted with Henry Rifles, Carrying Bags and additional items.  Founder of Veteran Outdoors Cody Hirt stated, “Never in the history of Veteran Outdoors have we felt so touched or blessed by an Iconic American Product for such a deserving group in those we serve”

To learn More about Veteran Outdoors ( please contact Toby Nunn, [email protected] or by phone 510.305.0004

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    • ironically, I just sent an email to henry last night to place my order for another pair of custom numbered rifles (Big Boy .357 Magnums.) They’re a bright spot in NJ.

    • Same here. I own a lever action .17 HMR made by them, but I’m looking for a centerfire for deer season. I think I have a pretty good idea who I’m gonna turn to get own.

  1. Well, I had been trying to decide between a new Henry 30-30 or finding an older Marlin in a pawn shop. I guess this swings the vote for Henry

  2. I love my .44 Henry Big Boy. I just really wish though that they would make a version of the rifle that has a side loading gate. I’d buy one in a heartbeat.

  3. In spite of that awful Noo Yawk accent, Mr. Imperato is absolutely a class act. Henry Repeating Arms donates money and rifles to all kinds of charitable causes. Great company.

    • I recently bought a Henry 45/70. As far as the action is concerned, it’s definitely smoother out of the box from a new Marlin or Rossi. I’ve never handled a Uberti or Japanese Winchester so I can’t compare to those. Wood fit and finish is just as good as a JM Marlin, IMHO but some will debate that. The blueing on the older guns is nicer than Henry.

      People really get hung up on the lack of a loading gate, I have no problem with the loading tube on the Henry’s. I have no need to frantically try to cram shells into the gun, if another shot is needed, just pop it into the open action.

      • I forgot to mention that my comparison is based on a steel framed rifle, not the brass.

        All Henry steel framed centerfires are now manufactured in Wisconsin, if that matters to anyone. Rimfires and brass centerfires are still made in NJ.

  4. Not questioning Henry’s motives, but this will sell a lot of rifles.
    Good for everyone!

    My wife loves her Big Boy .357. The sigts were dead-on right out of the box. Fun to shoot! Everyone should have a levergun.


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