Henry 1,000 Man Shoot to Benefit the NRA

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THE HENRY 1000 MAN SHOOT TO BENEFIT THE NRA

 

Less than one week after the 2016 Presidential election Henry Repeating Arms, one of the country’s leading firearms manufacturers, and the National Rifle Association will team up to waste no time in raising funds to continue their efforts to uphold the 2nd Amendment.

Firearms history will be made when 1,000 freedom-loving Americans join together to set a World Record by simultaneously firing 1,000 Henry Repeating Arms Golden Boy Silver rifles at the Ben Avery Shooting Facility in Phoenix, Arizona on Monday, November 14th.

Henry Repeating Arms donated 1,000 custom engraved Henry Golden Boy Silver rifles and accessories that are embellished with The Henry 1000 Man shoot logo. Proceeds from the donation are expected to raise over $1,000,000 to benefit the National Rifle Association.

Anthony Imperato, President of Henry Repeating Arms conceived the event, explaining, “It’s no coincidence this event happens just a week after the Presidential Election. Whether we get a President that supports the Second Amendment, or one that does not, we should never be asleep at the wheel and must continue to fight for our freedoms. This event is all about showing a sense of patriotism, community, and camaraderie. Plus, we can all come together and have some fun.”

Participants who register for the $650 Patriot Package will get a spot on the firing line and a certificate of participation. They’ll also get to keep the Henry 1000 Man rifle they shoot, as well as a custom gun case, cap and T-shirt. 

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Henry Repeating Arms donated 1,000 custom engraved Henry Golden Boy Silver rifles and accessories that are embellished with The Henry 1000 Man shoot logo. Proceeds from the donation are expected to raise over $1,000,000 to benefit the National Rifle Association.

For more information or to register for the event, visit 1000manshoot.nra.org, or email [email protected] with questions.

 

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