Henry recently unveiled the Henry Homesteader, a 9mm semi-auto carbine that seamlessly blends classic looks with modern utility.
Pistol caliber carbines, or PCCs, have become incredibly popular in recent years. However, the designs have tended to be more tactical in nature. Henry Repefating Arms’ newest PCC, the 9mm Henry Homesteader, gives the concept a fresh look by going back in time instead.
The Henry Homesteader features a blued steel barrel, an anodized aluminum receiver and an American walnut stock and handguard. Despite its classic style, it functions like any other modern PCC. Semi-automatic, mag-fed and both optics- and suppressor-ready, the Homesteader appears to be capable of keeping up with anything else currently on the market. The receiver is drilled and tapped to accept a Weaver 63B base, and the muzzle is threaded 1/2×28.
There are three variants of the Henry Homesteader available based on which style of magazine the prospective purchaser would like to use. The base model uses proprietary Henry magazines, and each carbine will ship with one 5-rounder and one 10-rounder. The other two models additionally ship with a magwell adaptor that enables the use of other magazine patterns, either Glock or Sig Sauer/Smith & Wesson M&P. The versions that include a magwell are the same as the base model when the adaptor is not installed, allowing them to use the proprietary Henry mags as well.
The standard Henry Homesteader has an MSRP of $928 and the magwell variants have an MSRP of $958.
For more information, please visit henryusa.com.
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Have one on order from a local shop for 699.99. I have a Marlin camp 9. Be interesting to take both out for comparison.
Kind of reminiscent of the old Marlin Camp Carbines but with modern upgrades