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From The New York Times:

_[Henry Repeating Arms’ newest print ad shows a man wearing] a holster with a gun on one side and a Bible on the other.

_”There is nothing wrong with clinging to your guns and religion,” the headline reads, quoting Anthony Imperato, president at Henry, in a clear reference to a remark last year by Barack Obama before he was elected president. . . .


_Henry is hedging its bets a bit . . . . After declaring, “We believe in God, Our Country and Our Freedoms,” the ad goes on to say: “If you do too, we’d love to hear from you. If you don’t, that’s fine too — it’s another freedom we’re proud of and we apologize if this ad has offended you.”

“There is a little bit of trepidation” about the potential print ad, Mr. Imperato said, although it may have the effect of helping the company “sell a ton of Bible holsters.”

Check out the full story and tell us what you think of Henry’s new ad? Does it make you want to run out and buy a Henry? Or maybe a Bible holster?

[Here’s a pdf of the ad, from the NYT: ]