Henry’s Engraved a Golden Boy to Honor Medical Workers
Russ Chastain 05.26.20
A few days ago, Henry Repeating Arms posted about a special rifle they’d engraved “to display their thanks” to “doctors, nurses, and front line healthcare workers.”
Here’s what their post says:
From our headquarters in Bayonne, New Jersey, we’ve seen the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic first hand.
We’ve also seen the hard work, dedication, and selfless sacrifice of our nation’s medical community. As a tribute to our doctors, nurses, and front line healthcare workers, we engraved a one-off Golden Boy to display our thanks proudly.
Tag a member of our medical community below, and let us know what you think of this custom H004.
I’d say their engraver needs an editor. As you can see in the photo above, they’re lacking a comma after “nurses.” 🙂
It’s clear they put a good bit of thought and effort into this thing. What’s not clear is what they plan to do with it. As you can see, the post makes no mention of donating or auctioning it off for charity, so I reckon that is yet to be determined.
At any rate, it’s good-looking rifle. Too bad the company is HQed in New Jersey, where citizens’ firearms rights are so often denied…