Henry Repeating Arms, one of the leading rifle and shotgun manufacturers in the United States. Announced donations totaling $75,000 to some of the nation’s most impactful grassroots gun rights and Second Amendment advocacy groups. This was a part of its charitable Guns for Great Causes campaign. The check presentations took place at the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, the industry’s largest trade show.

“Henry Repeating Arms will never back down when it comes to supporting the individuals and organizations that work tirelessly to fight back against the political degradation of law-abiding Americans’ right to keep and bear arms. Just like our Constitution, these organizations belong to and for the people. They have our backs, and we will always have theirs.” – Anthony Imperato, CEO, and Founder of Henry Repeating Arms.

Guns For Great Causes

The donations were distributed as follows: $25,000 to Gun Owners of America. They are a nonprofit lobbying organization representing over two million members founded in 1976. $25,000 to the Second Amendment Foundation. They run educational and legal action programs to promote a better understanding of the gun control debate. Lastly, $25,000 to the Firearms Policy Coalition. They are involved in over forty active federal court cases and focus on legal work and grassroots activism through education.

Henry Repeating Arms is known for its dedication to American-made products and excellent customer service. Likewise, the company’s Guns for Great Causes program, focuses on assisting the families of sick children, children’s hospitals, military veteran organizations, law enforcement, first responder groups, and wildlife conservation organizations. With a strong American workforce, the company continues to honor its namesake, Benjamin Tyler Henry, who invented and patented the Henry lever action rifle in 1860. It was the first practical repeating rifle.

In conclusion, Henry Repeating Arms has taken a stand for the rights of law-abiding Americans and has made a significant donation to organizations that fight for the protection of the Second Amendment. The company’s dedication to American-made products, excellent customer service, and charitable initiatives is a shining example of corporate responsibility and community involvement. This $75,000 will go to the continued battle for 2nd Amendment Rights.

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