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HENRY REPEATING ARMS RAISES $27,525 FOR SICK INDIANA BOY
Source: Henry Repeating Arms press release

BAYONNE, N.J., Oct. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Henry Repeating Arms of Bayonne, NJ designed and donated 33 custom Henry Golden Boys to raise funds for 3-year-old Brayden of Indiana who was born prematurely at 3 pounds, 2 ounces with a condition that left his intestines outside of his stomach. The surgery to remedy this condition led to infections and now most of Brayden's organs need to be replaced, excluding his heart and lungs.

Anthony Imperato, President of Henry Repeating Arms immediately offered the family assistance through the Guns for Great Causes branch of Henry Repeating Arms. The 33 special edition rifles were auctioned off and sold across the country to generate funds to help Brayden's family cover the cost of the anti-rejection drugs that are required for a successful transplant operation of this severity.

The first of the series, serial number "BRAYDEN01" was auctioned off on www.gunbroker.com and sold on October 16th for $3,525. The remaining 32 rifles were sold directly through Henry Repeating Arms for $750 each. These sold out in a matter of hours within the first day they were available after hundreds of requests came in to purchase one of the rifles. A total of $27,525 was raised, which is all being given to Brayden's family to help with their medical expenses.