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First Look: Henry Homesteader Semi-Auto Carbine

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Henry Repeating Arms has released the Homesteader 9mm, a semi-automatic 9mm carbine cloaked in the gunmaker’s heritage design. The gun boasts premium materials and an adaptable feature set to provide versatility for various roles, including home defense or protecting livestock from predators. To provide compatibility for the most-common magazine patterns, the Homesteader 9mm utilizes removable magazine well adapters to accept Glock, SIG Sauer, or Smith & Wesson M&P style magazines, in addition to the included 5- and 10-round Henry 9mm magazines.

Other notable features include a threaded barrel for the addition of a muzzle device, and centrally located controls that will appeal to both right- and left-handed users. Its compact size and lightweight frame provide maneuverability for close quarters and allow the firearm to be stored where some standard-sized rifles and shotguns may not fit. Intuitive target acquisition is achieved with fully adjustable sights and maintained with features like a reciprocating mass inside the forearm to counteract recoil, and non-slip leather-like texturing on the genuine American walnut furniture. Durable finishes like deeply blued steel, a matte sealant on the wood, and hard anodizing on the aluminum receiver keep the Homesteader resilient to wear and tear.

For more information about the Homesteader 9mm and Henry Repeating Arms, visit henryusa.com . MSRP: $928-959

Article by DAVID HERMAN

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