GForce Arms Introduces the Huckleberry LTAC357 Lever Action Rifle

Matthew Moss
by Matthew Moss
The Huckleberry LTAC357 (GForce Arms)

GForce Arms have announced the addition of the LTAC357 to their Huckleberry line of lever actions which they launched earlier this year. The LTAC357 sports an aluminum forend with Picatinny rails and M-LOK slots combining new with the traditional Turkish walnut butt stock. The rifle also has a 16.5-inch barrel which is threaded for a suppressor. The rifle is 34.5 inches long overall and weighs in at 5.5lbs. MSRP starts at $779.

The Huckleberry LTAC357 (GForce Arms)

GForce Arms introduced their .357 chambered Huckleberry range in January. GForce are a Reno, Nevada-based firearms importer who are working with Turkish manufacturer Huğtek Arms. You may recognise the Huckleberry LTAC357 from one of TFBtv’s recent videos from IWA2024, check out James’ video below:

Here’s GForce Arms’ announcement in full:

GForce Arms is proud to announce the newest addition to their esteemed Huckleberry line – the LTAC357 lever action rifle. The Huckleberry LTAC357 sets a new standard for affordability and versatility in the lever action rifle market. The LTAC357 comes equipped with a carbine length 16.5-inch threaded barrel (1/2-28 muzzle threading) that’s ready for muzzle brake or suppressor installation. Sporting an aircraft-grade aluminum forend that ensures durability and a modern tactical aesthetic. The forend harbors a number of Picatinny rails and M-lok slots, inviting modularity to meet each shooter’s preference.

Designed to Impress, Priced to Thrill with an MSRP starting at $779, and an anticipated street price under the $700 mark, this new lever rifle brings a new level of excitement to shooting enthusiasts who seek a rifle that is both cost-efficient and straight-up cool. The Huckleberry LTAC357 stands out as the market’s most budget-friendly tactical carbine lever action rifle chambered in the formidable .357 Magnum.

The Huckleberry LTAC357 (GForce Arms)

Suppressor Ready for the Silent Operator. Understanding the evolving needs of modern shooters, GForce Arms presents a rifle ready from the get-go for suppressor and muzzle brake use, broadening the modularity for a lever action carbine. Whether there’s a need to reduce recoil and/or noise, the suppressor-ready feature demonstrates GForce Arms’ commitment to offering their customers increased choices.

Accurate, Reliable, and Customizable. The Huckleberry LTAC357 not only cycles smoothly but also provides pinpoint accuracy, placing shots with an efficacy that rivals high-end competitors. Equipped with sling swivel studs and the ability to mount a red dot optic, this rifle brings adaptability to the hands of every shooter. M-lok slots along with Picatinny rails allow for the attachment of additional accessories such as foregrips, bipods, or lights.

Backed with confidence by a 5-year limited warranty, this Huckleberry is not only an investment in your shooting experience but also in peace of mind. GForce Arms’ confidence in their product translates into solid support for their customers, exemplifying their dedication to quality and customer satisfaction.

GForce Arms is a team of firearm enthusiasts committed to providing shooters with modern, innovative, and affordable sporting arms. Unwavering in their pursuit of becoming one of the most trusted brands in the shooting industry, they work diligently to provide solid customer service and a “Total Value Package” in the products they offer. Explore the full capabilities of the Huckleberry LTAC357 by visiting their website at or by stopping by select dealers nationwide.

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Matthew Moss
Matthew Moss

Managing Editor: & Overt Matt is a British historian specialising in small arms development and military history. He has written several books and for a variety of publications in both the US and UK. Matt is also runs The Armourer's Bench, a video series on historically significant small arms. Here on TFB he covers product and current military small arms news. Reach Matt at:

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