Gun Guy Radio – Henry Repeating Arms President Anthony Imperato

Henry Repeating Arms Honors Veterans, 1st Responders & NRA Instructors
Henry Repeating Arms Honors Veterans, 1st Responders & NRA Instructors
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DeKalb, IL –-( Gun Guy Radio (GGR) recently interviewed Henry Repeating Arms President Anthony Imperato about the founding of his company and his family’s firearms legacy.

In the first installment of a two part series, Jake Challand talks with Anthony Imperato about Mr. Henry who conceived the first practical, lever action repeating rifle.  Patented in 1860, the Henry gave a single man the firepower of a dozen marksmen armed with muzzle-loading muskets.  Anthony talks about the history of Henry Repeating Arms company as well as some of the first rifles produced.

Ryan and Anthony also discuss how Anthony originally got into firearms and the firearms industry.

The full version of this episode (episode 176) can be found at

More information about Henry Repeating Arms can be found at:

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Jake Challand

President – Firearms Radio Network

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Carl Smith

The henry commemorative Eagle Scout is on my Bucket List, My 89 year old working partner told me to hang on I have a bunch of years left. God loves a optimist. I keep shopping for a good solid used Henry in 45 Long Colt. I have spotted a few Marlins but when you get older it becomes an obsession not a mission. I only buy guns in a limited number of calibers and gauges. More ammo to spread around.


I love Henry Rifles and am collecting them one-by-one. Next is either a 30-30 or 45-70, whichever the store has in stock.