POF-USA Unveils Its First Lever-Action Rifle: The Tombstone (in 9mm!)

The all-new Tombstone. (Photo: POF)

Phoenix, Ariz. (Jan. 3, 2023) – Patriot Ordnance Factory Inc., a leading provider and manufacturer of the finest AR-type rifles on the United States commercial market, is pleased to unveil their first lever-action rifle platform, the Tombstone. The Tombstone is POF-USA’s take on a lever-action rifle: revolutionizing the original design through radical approaches and enhancements. Tombstone is a modern-lever-action rifle chambered in a pistol caliber, initially offered in 9MM. Another unique POF-USA design, the Tombstone is magazine fed instead of utilizing a traditional magazine tube for feeding. Tombstone comes standard with one 20-round magazine, or an optional 10-round magazine for compliant states or those who prefer a low-profile look.

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“The Tombstone has been in the works for quite a while now and its truly representative of what POF-USA is all about, revolutionizing the original lever-action design with enhancements” stated Jeremy Selting, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, POF-USA. “The feedback from writers who have reviewed the Tombstone has been extremely positive with the common theme being that the rifle is extremely enjoyable and fun to shoot” continued Selting.

POF, Tombstone, Lever Gun
(Photo: POF)

Chambered in 9MM, the Tombstone features a 16.5” free-float fluted barrel that is threaded 1⁄2- 28 and comes with a removable dual-port muzzle break. The integrated XS Ghost Ring Sights are easily adjusted for sight picture alignment and Tombstone’s receiver has a milled picatinny top rail for easy installation of a red-dot sight or variable powered optic. The Tombstone handguard is a monolithic 10.5” MLOK modular receiver rail with MLOK slots at the three and nine o’clock positions, with picatinny rail sections at the six and twelve o’clock positions. An interchangeable Magpul SGA 870 nylon stock keeps Tombstone’s total unloaded weight to an ultra-light 5.75 pounds. Tombstone has an MSRP of $1,962 and is available for immediate purchase.

All POF-USA product offerings are available for purchase through POF’s authorized dealer network. As has always been, and will always continue to be, all POF-USA products are 100% made in the USA by Patriots, for our Patriots. For more information about the company and product line visit: POF-USA.com.


POF-USA is a leading provider and manufacturer of firearms known for revolutionary innovation and radical approaches, yielding the finest AR-type rifles on the market. For the last 20-years, POF-USA has continued to be driven by ingenuity, passion, quality, and a resilient American spirit that will never settle for good-enough. Today, POF-USA continues to be a market leader delivering a portfolio of regulated short-stroke gas piston operating rifles, as well as the newer introductions of direct impingement systems.

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  • JustJeff January 13, 2023, 2:15 pm

    I have mixed emotions… the price shocks me. Unfortunately this will be the reality of any new firearms design in a market where Fast food employees are $17/hr. R&D, materials, and liability costs exploded. I’m glad my 60 year old AR has its cost amortized to where I can buy/build functional consistent quality rifles and pistols using the most abundant mags on earth for $600. I love the finger in the air to the politicians. It’s a mixed message of “We the sheople, will put up with your manure a while longer, “ but, “we’ll always be ahead of you…”

  • JD January 7, 2023, 3:23 pm

    we all know the advantage. cheap ammo. and matches your carry gun. $13 for a box of 50.

  • BR January 7, 2023, 2:20 pm

    If I need a range toy, I will get a semi-auto pcc. They are more fun. If I intend to use this to hunt, it will need to be in 10mm minimum. Not really seeing any use for this for starters and as far as range toys go I can get way more gun for way less money.

  • Harley Meiroff January 6, 2023, 1:40 pm

    The previous commentors have pretty much covered everything. If a 9mm carbine is your style the already available variations fill the bill. 357 is a better choice (IMHO) for a lever gun.

  • Todd January 6, 2023, 12:54 pm

    I’d rather have it in a short-stroke slide action.

  • The Bearded Pretender January 6, 2023, 12:41 pm

    Once again POF misses the mark by not using a proprietary mag instead of a cheap mag that there are 1000’s of already on the market. Another complete miss on their part.

  • Mike in a Truck January 6, 2023, 12:37 pm

    Make it in 10mm auto and you’ll have my attention.

  • BCS January 6, 2023, 12:24 pm

    I am a huge fan of all lever guns so bring it out in 30 30 and I’m your Huckelberry.

  • howard January 6, 2023, 11:03 am

    It was only a matter of time. Let’s face it, we live in a 9mm world. Personally, I like the idea, and I have .44 and .38/.357 lever guns. I’d prefer a tube feed since I’m and old fart with a sense of John Wayne’s model 92. However, a 9mm in a traditional tube fed lever gun is not a bad idea. My advise: Lose the magazine and go with a tube. When walking in the outdoors a long magazine is a hazard.

  • Jay Vernon Ruth January 6, 2023, 10:32 am

    9mm in a PCC in any format is – for me – a useless firearm. I’d like to see one in (#1) .357 or – 2nd choice – .44. Here in Delaware either one can be used for deer hunting in lieu of a shotgun. However, at that list price I wouldn’t buy any of them.

    • Bob January 6, 2023, 3:12 pm

      Too bad I’m not a democrat or I’d vote twice for your comment!

  • Carl Childers January 6, 2023, 5:13 am

    The answer to a question that no one ever asked. Another pistol cartridge rifle. What’s the point.
    What a useless platform. Looks like a tacti-cool lever gun. Try this, leave lever guns looking classy and old school. Leave the tactical looks to the AR’s.

  • Alan Phillips January 4, 2023, 3:38 pm

    Looks great! I would love one, but the price is was too steep. With true lever actions, like from Henry, I would pass this one up.

    • Zeke January 5, 2023, 6:23 pm

      I’m waiting for Ruger/Marlin to come out with their version of the 9MM lever gun.

      • bob January 6, 2023, 3:13 pm

        I think they’re smarter than that.

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