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H&R Ultra Slug Shotgun
Item # 418200
Our Price $279.99
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Product DescriptionThe H&R Ultra Slug guns have combined the heavy barrel concept of the Ultra Varmint rifle to achieve a level of accuracy previously unheard of in firearms below the 1,000 mark. The Ultra Slug guns incorporates the transfer bar safety system, mated to a heavy action and it is rifled for an extremely heavy barrel wall. This process creates the stiffest possible barrel, limiting barrel whip and shrinking group size. It is covered by the NEF lifetime no fault service plan.
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Q:Is this the heavy barrel slug gun and if so what is the recoil like?Asked on 6/17/2012 by CW from IL
Q:Do I have to use "Sabot slugs" in this gun? Can I shoot rifle slugs to sight it in?
ThanksAsked on 12/2/2009 by ncbrew from Hertford, NC
A:yes you can use rifled slugsAnswered on 5/23/2010 by The greatest from Mosherville, Mi
A:yesAnswered on 9/9/2010 by stan from cuba city WI
A:Yes you can shoot rifled slugs, but for increased accuracy a high quality sabot is the best. Saving a few bucks on slugs could cost you a buck of a lifetime.Answered on 11/7/2010 by Will the Thrill from Cleveland, Ohio
A:Sabots only. Rifled slugs will not be very accurate and you will get a lot of lead fouling in the barrel with rifled slugsAnswered on 11/24/2010 by shooter from Iowa
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