H&R 1871 Pardner Shotgun
Item # 417517
Our Price $179.99
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Product DescriptionThe H&R Pardner carries on an honored tradition in American shotguns. This rugged single shot has proven its worth in the field. It opens smoothly when you press the lever, and locks up tight as a bank vault door. Transfer Bar System prevents accidental discharge, and each gun comes complete with its own special locking device for added safety in storage or in transport. Full choke. Hardwood stock.
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Q:does the 410 pardner have pre drilled and threaded holes for a scope mount ?Asked on 6/18/2010 by Anonymous
A:No holes pre-drilled for scope rail.Answered on 10/23/2010 by Gene from Florida
A:no it does notAnswered on 4/10/2012 by squirel hunter from monroe mi
Q:what is the volecityAsked on 1/22/2010 by Anonymous
A:low recoil but very very loudAnswered on 2/21/2010 by jacob from ellisville,mississippi
Q:hey i am 12 and i want to start hunting for duck and i would like to know what would be the best shotgun for meAsked on 11/24/2009 by Andrew from york pa
A:Andrew you will need a 20ga. to hunt hunt ducks because you have to use steelshot, If your looking for a cheap all around gun I would suggest the H&R new england single shot in a 20ga. with a modified choke and a 26" barrel. If you have alot of cash go for a semi auto remington 1100 magnum youth, you can't go wrong with one of those, goodluck hunting!!Answered on 1/2/2010 by Thunder from lacey, Michigan
A:yes a 410 is a good gun for a beginer becuse it is light and dusnt have much recol,but it dusint have a big spred patren.Answered on 1/3/2010 by ducky from lovington
A:if i was you if your a little kid like 5'5 then i would first use a 20 ga but if you biger then that i would use a 12 ga because a 12 ga dont kick that much but i still started with a 20 ga so go with thatAnswered on 1/4/2010 by curtis from wisconsin
A:i say a remington 1100 series 12gaugeAnswered on 1/8/2010 by woodrow from soso,mississippi
A:Hey dude I'm 13 and I have had my remiton 870 express sence I was 10 and my uncle has had one for years and so has my dad and my best friend just got one and we all swear by that gun it is pefect for anything you need it to do. It comes in 20 ga and 12 ga and in camo if you want to use it for turkey hunting. And I sugest you wait a couple of year and get a 12 gaAnswered on 1/19/2010 by Kewlkid from Confior colorado
A:high price remington 1100 youth 20 gage, low price H&R single shot, my suggestion middle of the road rugged dependable gun: mossberg 20gage youth model 500 its chambered in 2 3/4 and 3in simple to take apart and clean and is a good rugged gun. i know when i started my first gun saw everything from the bottom of the duck boat to falling out of my tree stand and that mossberg never let me down. Welcome to hunting and may you have many good and safe years afield!Answered on 4/3/2010 by James from Ceylon, MN
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