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Re: Single shot shotgun

Post by Sir Henry » Mon Mar 21, 2022 1:03 am

I’ve wanted a 410/22WMR over and under for a long time.
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Re: Single shot shotgun

Post by PBSnooker » Sun May 29, 2022 6:19 pm

I shot a round of sporting clays today with my new H015b-410. It shoots as well as my non-brass model. The English style stock (h015b)has a slightly more drop in the heel than the Montecarlo stock (h015), which I like. This shotgun is absolutely gorgeous. It has a brass butt pad ,compared to the rubber pad on the h015, which is not a problem with a 410. The 20 and 12ga versions would be painful without a rubber pad.
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Re: Single shot shotgun

Post by PBSnooker » Sun May 29, 2022 6:26 pm

I also purchased the newly introduced h015y-410 today on GunBroker. I got it for 200$ under msrp. It has a shorter length of pull and barrel and changeable chokes. My nephew sons ( grand nephews?) will be gifted it.
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Re: Single shot shotgun

Post by PBSnooker » Mon Aug 01, 2022 12:08 pm

Well I couldn't control myself and I bought another Henry singleshot shotgun. I purchased a new H015-12 on GB for 215$ yesterday. Now I have the complete set in steel,12,20 and 410 gauges.
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