Tony LiMuti, Henrietta barber, swaps hunting stories while cutting hair

An old-fashioned barber pole twirls outside Tony’s Barber Shop in the Townline Plaza in Henrietta. But it’s the National Rifle Association sticker slapped on the front door that tells you this is no ordinary barbershop.

“You don’t want to be an anti-hunter and walk in here,” says Tony LiMuti, 68, who puts down his scissors to greet me with a strong handshake.

No, you absolutely don’t. With wildlife mounts on the walls from moose, black bear and whitetail deer to squirrels and pheasants, Tony LiMuti’s one-chair business doubles as a man cave and hunting lodge…

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