Henry Arms, which manufactures a very popular line of lever action .22 and center fire rifles enjoyed by hunters and shooters, is a little under the weather at present.
The company's New Jersey facility suffered significant damage from hurricane Sandy. The company's corporate headquarters is a 109,000 sf facility which sits on 3 acres located directly on the Bayonne waterfront. Presently without electricity, telephone and email service, Henry Repeating Arms asks that its distributors and dealers refrain from attempting to contact them, nor ship any firearms to the Bayonne facility, until the company notifies them that they are once again operational.
Anthony Imperato, President and owner of the company states "We took one on the chin, but our great employees will get us through this and soon have us back on our feet".
Imperato feels that Henry should be operational the week of Nov. 12 if the NJ electricity provider PSE&G gets power to the plant sometime during this week.comments powered by Disqus