From the days of the Civil war, the Henry Repeating Arms company has been there. Here are six reasons why any gun-lover should be aboard the Henry wagon.
Henry Repeating Arms is now making five Mare’s Leg lever-action pistols. These leverguns are offered in .22 LR, .22 Magnum, .357 Mag, .44 Mag and .45 Colt.
Henry Repeating Arms is donating rifles to be auctionad and raffled off to support the National Rifle Association and the National EMS Memorial Service.
Henry Rifles donated 100 custom rifles to benefit a 4-year-old Kansas girl with Primary Pulmonary Hypertension disease, the company announced Monday.
In yet another announcement of expansion, Henry Repeating Arms has re-invested in machinery and equipment to begin the manufacture of centerfire rifles in Rice Lake, Wis.
After sustaining severe damages during Hurricane Sandy and being out of commission for six weeks, Henry Repeating Arms had one of its best months ever. The factory reportedly shipped 27,675 rifles last month — a record for the company.
A wedding is a special event when a couple begins a new life together. Gifts come into play, so why not get what you really need and register at your local gun store or better yet with one of the finer gun makers out there?
Worried about what to include in your survival kit when the world ends? Guns.com attempts to give a (partial) answer to that question. Have you thought about a .22-caliber rifle? Here are five .22s that would be a great to include in anyone’s bug out bag.
Ruger’s esteemed and venerable line of 10/22 rifles just expanded. Ruger is introducing a new 10/22, this time a takedown rifle that can be taken apart for storage and transportation. This is going to be an extremely popular plinker wherever storage space is at a premium.
If you come across a black plastic rifle stock floating in a creek somewhere, there might be trouble. Or you just happened to luck out and find a Henry Survival Rifle AR-7.