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Old 09-29-2007, 12:02 PM
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Does any one have a H&R 20. guage. I am looking into buying one
Old 09-29-2007, 01:15 PM
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I have an old 12 ga single shot H&R. It was given to me for my birth day. It has served me well for many years. My Brother recived one for his 16th birth day 20 years ago. We have hunted many a small game with these H&R. I will buying one for my grandson when he is ready.
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Old 09-29-2007, 07:05 PM
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We borrowed a friends 20. guage h&r and ive been hunting with it and its a pretty soft shot it dont kick much but its pretty powerful if you aim for the right spot ive shot 5 times and i love it
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Love mine in twenty gauge and carrying around a shotgun all day bird hunting it will sure make you feel glad you didn't bring the 870
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Theres one in a sock in the closet down stairs. I love shooting it, like mentioned it is fairly accurate and has a pretty soft kick. I really like how smoothly it ejects shells with that push button release, i much prefer it to the little slider lever some single barrels have.
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I have a single 20 with an interchangable barrel making it a single 30-30. I like mine and has seen alot of use over the years. Last use was letting my niece back home use it for deer season. My dad said something broke, Excuse my ignorance but it was something to do with the bar that comes up when the hammer falls. Dad had to send it off. I'll get it back at Christmas time when they come down. Nice little guns, Price is the question.....
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Old 10-22-2007, 11:52 AM
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Dont have the 20 gauge version but I bought a Topper 88 in 12 gauge back in 83 and it has seen some major use over the last 20 plus years and is still pulling Yeoman Duty at the homestead. I recently bought a Ultra-Slug in 12 gauge and I love this shotgun. Its a bit heavy though due to the fairly thick heavy fully rifled barrel on it. The fit and fisnish oin this newer gun is a good bit better than the older Topper 88. It has also proven to be very accruate for a 12 gauge slug gun using Sabot Slugs.

With the newer receivers being able to have a centerfire rifle barrel as well as a shotgun barrel fitted to it and moderate cost I think they make for a great utility gun that can be pretty versitile as well. They can be broken down to be pretty compact and store well.
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Old 11-24-2007, 12:57 PM
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We got it today it's nice i love it and i havent even shot it yet. Got really nice scope too
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Is it synthetic or wood furniture?
Old 11-24-2007, 05:18 PM
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It is wood its nice.
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