Brownells and Henry Repeating Arms Team Up for Giveaway

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posted on August 17, 2017
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Since 1939, Brownells has been one of the nation’s most trusted sources for gun parts, accessories, ammo, gunsmithing tools and more. The quality and appeal of Henry firearms are undisputed, and with a company motto of “Made in America or Not Made at All,” its point-blank patriotism is enough to make any red-blooded American add at least one of their lever-actions to their collection.   

Now you have a chance take home a pair of new firearms and meet the people behind both legendary companies by entering for a chance to claim the Ultimate Brownells/Henry Repeating Arms Experience Giveaway. There is no cost to enter. Simply fill out your name, phone number, e-mail address and zip code on the website, and keep your fingers crossed until Sept. 1, when the winner will be drawn.

That day, one lucky enthusiast will claim two Henry firearms—a rimfire Golden Boy and one of the company’s single-shot shotguns. As an added bonus, both will be custom engraved with a serial number selected by the recipient. Value is $1,200.

The package also includes an all-expenses-paid trip for two to Brownells HQ in Grinnell, Iowa. There the duo will take a personal tour of the company and spend an afternoon learning trick shots from YouTuber 22Plinkster. Dinner follows with the marksman, but you’ll be joined by Henry Repeating Arms President Anthony Imperato and Brownells CEO Pete Brownell.

“We’re thrilled to be able to work with a great American company like Henry,” said Brownells CEO Pete Brownell. “This is a wonderful prize package and we can’t wait to greet the winners and show them a great time.”

“It’s all about the customer at Henry Repeating Arms and Brownells,” added Anthony Imperato. “To be able to spend some quality time with the lucky winners, 22Plinkster and the great folks at Brownells is something I am sincerely looking forward to.”

For full contest rules or to register for the drawing, visit the contest web page.

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