New For 2023: Henry Repeating Arms Homesteader

posted on January 17, 2023

In one of the more surprising moves in 2023, lever-action rifle manufacturer Henry Repeating Arms introduced its Homesteader, a 9 mm Luger-chambered pistol-caliber carbine. This unique design is traditionally styled and employ's Henry's own magazine design, though adapters for Glock, Smith & Wesson and SIG Sauer magazines will also be made available.

The Henry Homesteader is built with a two-piece stock and is designed to be fully ambidextrous, featuring a centrally mounted tang safety, as well as an equally accessible magazine release located forward of the magazine on the underside of the receiver. The charging handle comes mounted on the right side of the action from the factory, but a cutout in the left side of the receiver allows users to move the handle to their preferred position. Bolt hold-open mechanisms are also located on either side of the receiver, just forward of the trigger guard.

Other features of the Henry Homesteader include a 16" threaded barrel, which is topped by a ghost-ring sighting system. The receiver is also topped by a Picatinny rail for mounting optics. Suggested retail pricing on the Homesteader starts at $928. For more information, visit


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