Editors’ Picks 2017: Henry .410-Bore Shotgun

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posted on March 6, 2017
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Henry Repeating Arms is now offering its first ever .410-bore lever-action shotguns. Taking their design cues from the company’s sturdy .45-70 Gov’t rifles, the initial models will include a choice of 20" or 24" round barrels. The longer barrel arrives with a full choke and brass bead front sight, while the shorter barrel has a cylinder bore choke and a fully adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight. Both models will be chambered for 21/2" .410 bore shells only, with a magazine capacity of five rounds. Other features include blued steel receivers, checkered American walnut stocks and rubber recoil pads. henryrifles.com

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