Henry Frontier Model Threaded Barrel 24″ Review

TheFirearmBlog.com Checks Out This Sneaky Shooter

March 23, 2020

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Introduced in early 2017, the Henry Frontier Threaded Barrel 24″ became the first-ever factory threaded option from Henry Repeating Arms. It features a 1/2×28 threaded octagon barrel for use with a suppressor and a shorter magazine tube, which allows the rifle to be unloaded without having to remove the suppressor. Squirrels and other small game are notoriously skittish critters, but hunting suppressed can change the game entirely. You don’t have to take our word for it though. Check out this review from TheFirearmBlog.com.

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  • David Plourde
    March 27, 2020

    I would like to purchase one of your rifles but I need a catalog to see which one I want to purchase I’m really looking for a 357 rifle

    • Dan Clayton-Luce
      March 31, 2020

      Hi David, thanks very much for your interest in owning a Henry rifle. We certainly appreciate it.
      You can order a catalog through this link here: https://www.henryusa.com/catalog/

    • Larry R.
      April 3, 2020

      Mr. Plourde

      I have a Henry big boy. You will not go wrong with purchasing one. Wearing glasses I placed a scope on it. It made it uncomfortably heavy. I replaced the scope with a Skinner peep. I also replaced the front post with something a little taller and red (similar to a true glow) sight. Before I did this I contacted Henry and received a fast accurate and honest advice directing me to different solutions. Shoots wonderfully!! Accurate and back to it’s original weight.
      As for the load, it’s sweet on the cowboy action, but that can be expensive. I stay with a brass cased, 158 grain. I’ve been hitting Clay’s at 100 yards (not thrown, lying on the ground). Tried bulk metal cases-ouch!


    • Chas
      April 3, 2020

      .357…an interesting choice…Big Boy and Mares Leg both come in .357…also the new Big Boy X…and the X has a threaded barrel and side gate loading…and the exit velocities are impressive…even in the 13″ Mare’s Leg Fed JHPs run from 1674fps to 1984fps…and the 17.5″ X model from 1689fps to 2072fps…and for fun…the Axe comes in .410 with a 15″ bbl…yes…I’m a fan…especially of the X model in 45 Colt…slow and lumbering at subsonic…

    • Kenneth T. Ayers
      November 15, 2020

      I have a 45 long Colt Oct. Barrel lever action Henery. I want more please send a catolog ASAP Kenneth T. Ayers 632 Hudlin Gap Road Pisgah Forest N. C. 28768

  • Joel Cates
    March 31, 2020

    Let me know when store is open for internet orders again.

  • Ed Mershon
    April 1, 2020

    I love my Henry’s, I was wondering if you folks plan to make a 17HMR with a threaded barrel version. I have a A17 Savage,but I would love a Henry also. Thank you ,God Bless

    • ed scott
      April 3, 2020

      me too.

  • Anthony S. Esposito
    April 2, 2020

    I like the idea about the suppressor. I’ve admired the Henry Rifles for many years. The Henry Reapeating Arms Company, makes an excellent selection of firearms – I really like the lever action saddle rifle….
    Keep up the good work..!!!!

  • Dan
    April 3, 2020

    What caliber and how much?

  • Paul Zella
    April 3, 2020

    Hello! I really want this gun! the concept is great, shortened magazine tube and suppressor ready!
    It is just that the barrel is way too long with the suppressor. I believe it would throw these nice handling guns way out of balance. Please, Please, Please offer this with your 16.1, or 18.5 or even 20 inch barrels and we have a winner!!

    Thanks, Paul

  • Geoffrey Shockley
    April 3, 2020

    What a magneficent rifle. The slim line build along with the scope and silencer are superb.

    • James A Moorer
      April 3, 2020

      How long it take to delivery

  • Jim Carbonaro
    April 3, 2020

    Can you please tell me if there is a store me that carries your small game rifle with a scope.
    Thank you
    Jim Carbonaro

  • Eddie Rumfield
    April 3, 2020

    Very interested in this set up , would be great addition not only when squirrel hunting but also when removing wild hogs from live traps .

  • Larry W Hoffer
    April 3, 2020

    Looking for something like my old 22hornet for couples and small game to ?

  • Karl
    April 3, 2020

    Awsome rifles next in my purchase. What about left hand rifles ? I need one or two or so…

    April 3, 2020

    Dear Team Henry,
    I am most than happy to own this rifle. I have nothing but great remarks when it comes to own this remarkable piece. I do have a question or if you can shed some light my way, granted you can’t advocate certain type of scope or suppressor. By your experience, what kind of scope or suppressor do you recommend that works better with this rifle. I ask before I commit myself to do such an investment. Your advice will be greatly appreciated.
    Thank You.

  • Floyd Burpee
    April 3, 2020

    I love the henry frontier with 24 inch barrel

  • Wilma Dyer
    April 3, 2020

    I want one ! To go with our H001.

  • Billy
    April 3, 2020

    I am still waiting for the .17 WSM to come out in the Henry lever action line up!

  • Philip Conrad
    April 3, 2020

    First, let’s get one thing straight… I love Henry rifles and I’ve got several of them. But in all honesty and respect, I think several of your new model rifles ( like this one ) are going too far afield. Tradition seems to be going out the window in favor of “ a chicken in every pot “. I refuse to believe you’re not selling enough of your fine rifles already in design to necessitate diversifying out into left field as it seems. Yes, I know, everyone writes “ why don’t you make “ this “ or “ that “ but here’s something I would like to have- big time. A Henry made exact replica of a Winchester Model 1873. You make it- I’ll buy it. Best regards. Philip Conrad.

  • John Stanley
    April 3, 2020

    Sometimes I’m just too dumb for words – when I saw the above picture, I thought of big game hunting, not rabbits or smaller game. I guess that is what happens when you find yourself in your mid-70’s and the last game you hunted was deer in the late 1960’s! A 22 is great for rabbits and smaller game, but with a scope and a silencer attached, bigger game would be on my mind.

    Glad Henry’s Rifles, etc are still around. Love the catalog!

  • Joshua Osting
    April 3, 2020

    I see that the Henry company is pushing there lever actions but do you still make the pump action 22’s

  • Rick Collins
    April 3, 2020

    What caliber s does the frontier model come in and how much?

    April 3, 2020

    I’m impressed with the Henry Frontier Model with 24″ barrel.

  • Tim Hunt
    April 3, 2020

    Good Morning
    I live in Australia and bought my Henry in November last year. What an excellent piece of manufacturing and accuracy, the 24’ barrel allows me to hunt the ferrel small game we have out here to 120 meters. The weight and balance make for handling this rifle a dream, having had a few other types of 22Lr this is the one I now recommend to my friends. Made in America, Made good use of in Australia, thank you

  • mike wiggins
    April 3, 2020


  • Todd
    April 3, 2020

    What are the chances of one of your fine rifles chambered in 41 rem. Mag ? Thank you !

  • Alan Joe SHepherd
    April 3, 2020

    I would to have this rifle, with the scope,and silencer .I would like to see this in a 308 cal. Where can I get one?

  • Howard Wortley
    April 3, 2020

    Can you buy the suppressor in New York State?

  • Gary Peters
    April 4, 2020

    What is the price of the new Henry Frontier threaded rifle? Also what calibers does it come in? Does it come with a suppressor also?
    Thank You

  • Robbie Seal
    April 4, 2020

    Thanks to you guys (the folks working this contact page) I have a beautiful Henry Long Ranger with iron sights in 308. I’ve named it Henry. I can consistently ping steel out to 400m even though it is zeroed to 100m (longest shot where I hunt). I see the threaded barrel you are advertising. What’s the chance of getting one of those for the Long Ranger in 308? I’m thinking Henry will do well for a hog gun if I throw a suppressor on him. Your advice requested.

    Robbie Seal
    Evans, Ga

    April 4, 2020

    I thought suppressors were not allowed in N.J.

  • William Barrett
    April 4, 2020

    Interested. Tell me more.

  • Vernon R Bennett
    April 4, 2020

    I love the threaded barrel. Could you please consider a 9mm carbine threaded also? I have sent this suggestion before and I believe that the pcc is the next logical step for Henry.

  • William Palkowech
    April 6, 2020

    Like the lever action/ what. Is the price ?

  • Daniel Breit
    April 8, 2020

    What kind of scopes on the frontier model threaded barrel?


  • Edward Schulz
    April 15, 2020

    Dear Friends at Henry;

    I would simply love seeing a Henry rifle chambered in 5mm Remington in the near future.
    Just think about it; (from what I’ve read in my Rimfire books) they are known to be highly accurate and flat shooting. And with more penetration than the 22 Magnum it would make a great and fun varmint gun for all Shooters who feel they are limited by the mediocre accuracy of their 22WMRs.

    I know that available Ammo is very limited at the moment, but I’m certain that, once new Rifles are being made again and out in the hands of more Shooters, more companies will start producing it again. Are you listening, CCI?

    Best Wishes,

  • Rick Lawrence
    July 13, 2020

    Make one of those in 44 sp/44mag with brass receiver and I will by gawd buy it!

  • Harry
    July 16, 2020

    I live near Dallas, so where do I buy this gun (Henry Frontier Model Threaded Barrel 24″) and how much does it cost?

  • Steven Patrick
    December 4, 2020

    I have the Frontier 22 s/l/lr and wish it could have taken a pickney rail like your picture displayed with a leapold scope!

  • Edward A Mason
    November 10, 2021

    Where in the Maple Falls WA area can I purchase one of these rifles?