H&R Handi-Rifle Centerfire Rifle
Item # 422600
Our Price $299.99
Availability: Sold Out
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Product DescriptionFor generations, the single shot rifle has been the choice of the accomplished and self-assured hunter. And for years, H&R has honored that choice. The Handi-Rifle's smooth, simple break actions require very little maintenance and have minimal moving parts for the utmost in reliable function. All models are equipped with H&R's Transfer Bar System that makes it one of the safest single-shot rifle platforms in the world today. Features rifle sights. .500 Smith & Wesson calibered.
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Q:can you chamber a 450 cal round in a 500 cal h&r rifleAsked on 4/10/2010 by Anonymous
A:Calibers are specific to size and energy developed by the round. No calibers except for what is clearly marked on the firearm should be inserted into the breech or fired.Answered on 1/10/2011 by The guy who read the instruction manual. from Indiana
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