Made in America or Not Made At All.

Henry Arms has been doing things right now for a quarter century.

Let’s all celebrate how Henry Arms has offered us great products for the last 25 years.

It’s a long way from Shot Show of 1997 and a folding 8 foot table and a prototype lever action .22 rifle. Yes, in 1996 history was just starting to be made by a great American gun company that was going to take the world by storm.

Anthony Imperato inspecting the finish on a part.

What started as only a lever action .22 caliber rifle offered has grown to an incredible array of over 200 models of shotguns, rifles and even Mares Leg pistols. So many calibers and finishes to choose from also.

What is one of the best things about Henry Arms? Well craftsmanship is top notch, the array of choices is just incredible and that they are all made here in the U.S.A. is incredible! American made guns and jobs for American workers! They vow to stay that way too!

Henry’s incredible firearms have become a cult following. It has been my pleasure to work with both the great products from Henry Arms and the great people there. Mr. Imperato has done a stellar job and is there for you, the customer, first and foremost.

Anthony Imperato with a rack of completed Henry .45-70 lever action rifles awaiting final inspection and packaging.

One man alone does not run a great American business. With the incredible help of these hardworking craftsmen and craftswomen beautiful works of art in steel, brass and hardwood are being turned out from an incredible three locations.

Design and manufacturing engineers in Rice Lake, Wisconsin.

Did I mention that Henry Arms gives back to the community too? Indeed! With Guns For Great Causes and other great donations they have become much more than a firearm manufacturer. They have become true good hearted philanthropists ready to help where most needed.

Whether you are a hunter, shooter, collector, or all of the above, lets take a moment to take off our hats for Henry Arms. May your next 25 years bring great things and continue the great traditions you have started at your business and in our homes and wild places. Long live Henry Arms!

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