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Alaskan Bush Pilot

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Alaskan Bush Pilot

~A Photo Essay by Moe Lauchert
~Foreword by Dan Clayton-Luce, Communications Director, Henry Repeating Arms

We have been lucky enough to work with the incredibly talented photographer, Moe Lauchert, for a little over a year now. I’m sure that most of you have seen some of his work on our website, in our new catalog, or in our advertising. With this photo essay he perfectly captures the rugged, harsh, unforgiving environment that is Alaskan wilderness and the gritty, determined drive required to call that wilderness your home. Every time I look at this set of photos I get a flood of feelings about individualism, the almost overwhelming power of Mother Nature, the fragility of humankind, but perhaps the strongest is the “call of the wild.” The deep blue hues of the Knik Glacier, the earthy greens and brown of the moss covered soil, the low-hanging clouds, they all just make me want to get outside and breathe it all in. By sharing this photo essay, I hope you will feel something as well. We look forward to sharing more of Moe’s work in future issues.

What do you think?

7 Comments
  • Jono Reduker
    March 1, 2019

    Great photos. Makes me want to visit Alaska… with a Henry!!

  • HRB1558
    March 10, 2019

    would love to live in Alaska out in the backwoods. just me and my dog rosta with my hennery 45-70

  • m1carbine86
    March 10, 2019

    I ordered my first Henry 3 days ago and trying to pass the time and anxiousness, Great pictures !

  • Keith.Brown1947
    March 10, 2019

    The rifles that Henry makes not only gives you a piece of history in your hands but gives you an accurate hunting tool but an easily maintained and rugged gun to be used and then passed on for generations. After all, a generation is only thirty years and this instrument will last multiple generations. To see the history and hear about the men and women who used the Henry in wilder days than today makes this a very special fun. I own a .22 Caliber Octagon Barrel Rifle and a 30-30 caliber rifle and would give up the rest of my long guns to keep my Henrys. As soon as I save enough for a 45-70 Octagon, that will be my next purchase. And there is something
    about a single shot 12 Gauge shotgun that makes the list.
    Thank’s Anthony, for the quality and the history.

    Keith Brown—–Nebraska And by the way great pictures of Alaska and when your guy is done with that 45-70 All Weather, send it my way.

  • AEWERNER
    March 10, 2019

    Very interesting videos. Always like to see different factory operations. Precision work requires not only machines but qualified personnel who take pride in fine craftsmanship.

  • swavelykid
    March 11, 2019

    I live in alaska most beautiful state ive ever seen very very rough back country need the henry 45-70 to protect yourself wouldnt live anywhere else

  • lmckelvy
    March 15, 2019

    Great piece – looking forward to more!