It's official: 2024 is the Year of the Lever Gun. With more and more manufacturers joining the fray, one simply can't lose sight of the fact that Henry has specialized in exactly that for decades! The company's Golden Boy is the "gold standard" of lever guns, so of course the company's entree into the tactical lever gun market meets that standard ... only in black, not gold. This year's Shooting, Hunting & Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show brings us a really exciting new lever-action rifle: the Henry Lever Action Supreme.
The Lever Action Supreme stands out from the "tactical lever gun" array for a number of reasons. First, this lever gun actually feeds from PMags (or any other AR-style magazine). Second, Henry touts this rifle as sub-m.o.a., which is a real departure from what lever guns are generally considered capable of doing. It features a match-grade trigger, free-floated barrel, ambidextrous controls, and sports a stretch of Picatinny rail above the receiver to mount optics.
The first models will be chambered for .223 Remington and .300 Blackout, and muzzles are threaded for use with a suppressor. A smooth, short throw lever also contributes to quick and silent operation, while a shorter bolt and internal hammer further set the rifle apart from its more traditional forebears. For more, visit HenryUSA.com!