Henry Homesteader 9mm 16 " Barrel W/Glock Magazine Adapter
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With the brawn of a workhorse and the beauty of a show pony, the Homesteader delivers versatility like few other firearms can, effortlessly going from bedside protector to varmint patrolling ranch hand and back again at the end of the day. Don’t let all that work trick you into thinking it’s all business all the time though, because a trip to the range for some casual plinking will prove that the Homesteader also knows how to have fun.
Action Type: Semi-Automatic
Barrel Length: 16.37"
Barrel Type: Round Blued Steel
Rate of Twist: 1:10
Overall Length: 35.75"
Weight: 6.6 lbs.
Receiver Finish: Hard Anodized Black
Rear Sight: Adjustable Aperture
Front Sight: Screw-On Post
Scopeability: Drilled and Tapped
Scope Mount Type: Weaver 63B
Stock Material: American Walnut
Length of Pull: 14"
Safety: Top-Mounted Thumb Switch
Best Uses: Target/Hunting/Small Game
Embellishments/Extras: Swivel Studs. 5-round and 10-round Henry magazines included. Glock® magazine well adapter included (Glock® magazines not included). Threaded Barrel (1/2x28). Ambidextrous bolt handle. Additional Henry magazines and adapters available separately.
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