Henry Lever Action Supreme Uses AR Mags — SHOT Show 2024

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During Range Day at Shot Show 2024, we had the chance to catch up with Daniel from Henry USA, who introduced us to their latest innovation: the Lever Action Supreme.

This lever-action rifle sports unique features that set it apart from its predecessors while also making it similar to its modern sporting relatives.

A lever action rifle rests on the shooting bench.
Henry’s Lever Action Supreme has a smooth and fast action.

The Lever Action Supreme comes with an internal hammer and a sealed-off design, making it a standout in the lever-action realm. Daniel highlighted the internal hammer and the linkage-driven rotary bolt that looks suspiciously similar to a Mil-Spec AR bolt which makes for an incredibly smooth action.

Available in .223 and 300 Blackout, it ships with a 10-round PMAG, a free-floated threaded barrel, and the classic Walnut finish that defines Henry rifles. The .223 offering will come with an 18″ barrel while the 300 blk model will come with a 16″ barrel.

a lever action rifle lays on the table.
Here is the Lever Action Supreme with the action open.

The match-grade adjustable trigger has a weight ranging from 3.5 to 5.5 lbs, which adds another layer of customization for shooters. The rear sight is also adjustable for both windage and elevation.

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If you want to add a scope rail for mounting an optic, the Lever Action Supreme accepts the same 63B Weaver rail that their other rifles use.

a lever action rifle on the table.
Another view of the Lever Action Supreme with the action closed.

As for availability, Henry plans to start shipping within a month, with an expected MSRP under $1,400, but it is promised to be priced similarly to the Long Ranger. Even though the price isn’t finalized, there are a lot of people who want one of these in their hands, for good reason.

After shooting the gun, the Lever Action Supreme impressed us all with its smoothness and ease of operation. Again, this is thanks to the rotary bolt design that contributes to the rifle’s remarkably slick action. Finally, classic firearms meet modern technology.

Learn more about Henry’s Lever Action Supreme here.

Shooting the Henry Lever Action Supreme.
Shooting the Lever Action Supreme during Range Day 2024.

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  • jerry February 19, 2024, 12:54 pm

    Give me a pump carbine that takes AR mags and I will buy one tomorrow.

    Give me a pump 9mm carbine that takes pistol mags and I will buy one tomorrow.

    They must not have that evil, murderous threaded barrel, though, and must have a 10 rd mag to be legal in IL and just about everywhere.

    Stay safe. j

  • The Bearded Pretender January 31, 2024, 7:50 pm

    Being that it is in .223 instead of 5.56 that can shoot BOTH! I’m out.

  • Buzz Breath January 31, 2024, 5:39 am

    It will likely fly off the shelves, but it ain’t for me.
    My lever rifles requirements don’t involve anything AR/Tacticool related,

    A modern lever action is a newly manufactured original design:
    Winchester 1892
    Pre 64 design Winchester 1894
    Pre 1982-83 Marlin 336
    Savage 1899 with counter

  • James January 30, 2024, 6:19 pm

    This Henry lever action rifle sounds interesting.
    Would like to see it available in additional cartridges
    6mm- 223
    338-221 Whisper
    357 Automag
    350 Legend
    400 Legend
    41 Automag
    44 Automag
    45 Win Mag
    50 AE

  • Dan January 30, 2024, 9:47 am

    And not one picture with the mag in the gun…

  • Lance January 29, 2024, 3:39 pm

    Gee, how about a picture with the AR mag in it?

    • Smitty January 30, 2024, 5:51 am

      My thoughts exactly. You can kinda see it in the range pic.

  • Mr. Giant Brain January 29, 2024, 10:16 am

    So who will have it at a inflated price? Maybe the multiwifers company from Utah will charge your credit card & not even have them. Yes my friends it’s time for the manufactures to sell directly to the consumer, skipping the sin filled middle low lifers. Why is having many mates legal when they abuse them & the taxpayers. How about sending them to China to sell guns to the public.

  • Lewis Crawford January 29, 2024, 9:24 am

    Henry has finally done it! I’d rather use a lever action opposed to the AR’s as an all around rifle except for the clumsy reloading procedure of most lever actions. Coupling the AR mags with the lever action is genius. Now give it to me with nylon stocks and a nitride finish and it will be perfect.

  • Randy J January 29, 2024, 9:06 am

    The super-smooth action report tells me, “Better go try one.” Maybe that and having no gas/blowback would push me to a CC move for such a superior modern firearm, but doggone it, I miss the visible hammer and the classic look–John Wayne racking in shells on top of the stagecoach.
    Just Fussing,
    Randy Jordan

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