A collection of limited-edition rifles built by Henry Repeating Arms will benefit the family of a two-year-old cancer victim, thanks to the "Guns for Great Causes" program.
This thoroughly modern take on a classic carbine design provides a fun and comfortable way to enjoy your favorite revolver cartridges.
Many of today's gun owners entered the sport as adults, so it may not be clear to them how to go about working with kids who are new to shooting. Here are a few tips to follow if you'll be taking your child to the range for the first time.
Henry Repeating Arms has donated three Henry Originals—all engraved by Baron Technology, Inc. with special tribute to Tennessee's history and heritage— to be auctioned for the benefit of the NRA/ILA at the 2015 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Nashville, Tenn., April 10-12. Shown here, the three rifles are the Henry Big Boy Classic in .44 Mag.; the Henry Big Boy Carbine in .44 Mag.; and the Henry Big Boy Mare's Leg in .44 Mag. Learn more by reading below and scrolling through the gallery.
Remember this Ford F150 that was unveiled at the 2015 NRA Annual Meetings in Nashville?