Henry Repeating Arms donates 50 custom rifles to 14-year-old boy’s recovery from brain cancer

Henry Repeating Arms, one of the nation’s leading firearms manufacturers and a world leader in the lever-action category, is releasing a limited-edition series of fifty “Team Jack” edition rifles to raise money for the Vancouver family , Wash., 14 years old. -old Jack Troxel to provide financial relief for past and current medical expenses.

Jack was diagnosed with a non-germinomatous malignant intracranial germ cell tumor on July 2, 2021 and has since undergone four brain surgeries, seven rounds of chemotherapy, one round of high-dose chemotherapy, one stem cell transplant, six weeks full treatment. radiation to the brain and spinal cord; and four weeks of intensive physical, occupational, and speech therapy to offset the toll these treatments take on a developing body. Jack is currently in remission and receives MRIs every three months.

Henry Repeating Arms founder and CEO Anthony Imperato donated all fifty rifles, which are now available for sale online. Baron Engraving of Trumbull, Connecticut donated development time for the artwork, engraving, and hand-painted embellishments. All proceeds from the “Team Jack” campaign, including the two rifles up for auction, will go to the Troxels.

The Henry “Team Jack” Golden Boy Silver .22 S/L/LR Lever Action Rifle features genuine Hickory furniture, a 20” octagon blued steel barrel, a gleaming receiver cover, butt plate and barrel band. nickel-plated, and an exclusive range of serial numbers from TEAMJACK01 to TEAMJACK50. Unique to this edition is the highly detailed design on the stock, which is laser-engraved and hand-painted. The design features images depicting Jack’s love of the outdoors, a “Team Jack” banner with the slogan “Your fight is our fight” and two ribbons, one gold and one grey. The gold ribbon is the symbol of international childhood cancer awareness, and the gray ribbon represents support for brain cancer.

To learn more about the “Team Jack” Edition Rifle or to make a purchase, visit henryusa.com/teamjack. Additionally, the first and last rifle in the series will be auctioned off online to enhance fundraising efforts.

“Throughout his entire ordeal, we clung to what we call the ‘three F’s,’ which got Jack through the toughest of times. Faith, family and friends,” said Ryan Troxel, Jack’s father. “Thank you to the Henry Repeating Arms for the donations and support on Jack’s behalf. We can’t believe this.”

“The courage and strength displayed by these children going through unimaginable struggles at such a young age will never cease to amaze me,” Imperato said. “To everyone who chooses to purchase one of these rifles to help Jack and his family, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Sending a big hug to Jack and his parents.”

All firearms purchases must be sent to a federally licensed firearms dealer. To learn more about Henry Repeating Arms and its products, visit henryusa.com.

About Henry’s repeating arms:

Henry Repeating Arms is one of the leading manufacturers of rifles and shotguns in the United States and a world leader in the lever action category. The company’s motto is “Made in America, or not made at all,” and its firearms come with a lifetime warranty backed by award-winning customer service. The company is also known for its Guns For Great Causes charity program, which focuses on helping families of sick children, children’s hospitals, military veterans’ organizations, Second Amendment advocacy groups, and wildlife conservation organizations. The company currently employs more than 550 people and has more than 330,000 square feet of manufacturing space at its Wisconsin and New Jersey facilities. The company is named in honor of Benjamin Tyler Henry, who invented and patented the Henry lever-action rifle in 1860, the first practical repeating rifle and America’s unique contribution to the international stage of firearms design. Visit Henry Repeating Arms online at henryusa.com, on Facebook at facebook.com/HenryRepeating and @henry_rifles on Instagram.