XS Sights Introduces Lever Rails for Henry Big Boy Carbines

XS Sights Introduces Lever Rails for Henry Big Boy Carbines
XS Sights Introduces Lever Rails for Henry Big Boy Carbines

U.S.A.-(AmmoLand.com)- XS Sights is pleased to introduce new Lever Rails for Henry Big Boy carbines chambered in .357 Magnum (HN-6001R-N) and .44 Magnum (HN-6002R-N).

The XS Sights Lever Rails are machined from aircraft-grade aluminum and hard coat anodized to provide a lightweight mounting system that is tough enough for a lifetime of service. The rail bolts on to round barrel models of the Henry Big Boy – no gunsmithing required – for a quick, do-it-yourself upgrade. Machined to Mil-Std 1913 Picatinny specifications, the XS Lever Rail extends from the rear of the receiver to the front sight dovetail cut to allow mounting of any optic – red dot, scout scope, or low-powered variable optic (LPVO) – giving you the most versatile mounting platform available.

XS Sights Introduces Lever Rails for Henry Big Boy Carbines
XS Sights Introduces Lever Rails for Henry Big Boy Carbines

The XS Sights Lever Rails for the Henry Big Boy carbines are designed for carbines with steel receivers and round barrels. Due to differences in barrel contour, the rails and sights are caliber specific.

The XS Lever Rail will not fit carbines with brass receivers, and it will not fit carbines with octagonal barrels.

Retail Price: $72.00

For more information, visit www.xssights.com.


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Bigfootbob

Sorry, but no. I would never put one of these on one of my Henry’s, wrong in many ways.