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Henry Collector Spotlight – Gene R.

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Spotlight1. How many Henry firearms do you currently own?

Seventeen (17)

2. What is it about Henry that made you want to start collecting them?

I bought my first Henry H001 Classic Lever Action .22 rifle twenty years ago. It was made in Brooklyn, NY and has a low serial number which dates it to March 24th, 1997. It missed the first shipment by days.

The Classics can be easily modified and not ruin the value. I think in another ten years the Henry H001 series will become the 10/22 of the world with many aftermarket products like steel receiver covers, and large loops like the Rifleman will become more mainstream. Already standard items like globe and tang sights are being made. Custom leather wraps and slings are also making their way onto Henrys.

What do you think?

6 Comments
  • stevejhamann
    March 10, 2019

    I personally would like to see a 30.30 over a 16 gauge. My Dad back in time loved the 16 gauge and used slugs to hunt deer

  • Dulcimerjames
    March 10, 2019

    I own a lot of firearms with 7 or 8 Henry’s. My last long gun was a wild life edition 45/70, a beautiful rifle and I love it. I would love to see some models with the barrels a bit longer. My next Henry is a toss up between a color case hardened 45/70 or one of the 1860 models in 45 colt. Great job Henry I love your products.

    • Howard.bartlett
      March 10, 2019

      I have plans to by a 45.70 sometime this year but the price is a little hi

      • lbrightwell2
        March 11, 2019

        It is worth the price. I’ve had mine for four years and use for deer hunting.

  • tecumseh
    March 10, 2019

    Just bought my first one, an H001 and the action is like butter. I can’t wait for the weather to break to get to the range with it. Thank you Anthony for recognizing the need for a superior, American made, lever action rifle and bringing it to life at an affordable price. And for following up with the special versions and then center-fire calibers. Regards, John Fowler

  • len48
    March 10, 2019

    Any plans for a 30-06