Preview: Midwest Industries Lever Action Extended Sight Systems

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posted on July 19, 2022
Midwest Industries Lever Action Extended Sight Systems

Midwest Industries is taking Henry’s lineup of lever-action rifles up a notch with its Lever Action Extended Sight System. The aluminum handguard replaces Henry’s factory fore-end and provides a new rear-sight location at the back of the receiver, as well as multiple M-Lok accessory-attachment slots.

The made-in-USA handguard offers 16" of Picatinny rail at the top and ships with a five-slot M-Lok rail section. Also included is a new ghost-ring rear sight, front sight post and sight-adjustment tool. Fits are available for Henry .45-70 Gov’t., .44 Mag./.45 Colt and .357 Mag. models.

Suggested retail price for the Extended Sight Systems rail is $325. For more information, please visit midwestindustriesinc.com.

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