NRA Gun of the Week: Henry Repeating Arms H018-410 Lever-Action Shotgun

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posted on July 1, 2017
From the company whose slogan is "Made in America, or not made at all" comes this new-for-2017 Henry Repeating Arms lever-action .410 shotgun. This shotgun was designed for small-game hunting or for when those times when a 12 or 20 gauge is just too much. The H018-410—one of two .410s Henry unveiled this year—is based on blued steel-framed .45-70 Lever Action, with five-shot tube-loading magazines chambered for 2.5” shells only, dark straight-grained American walnut furniture, pistol grip wrists, checkering fore and aft, sling swivel studs, and a good thick non-slip ventilated black rubber recoil pad at the rear. This model we are highlighting in this video, the Long version, features a 24″ round blued barrel, removable factory installed invector style full choke and large front brass bead, with no rear sight. It offers slightly longer practical ranges, along with additional choke options (sold separately). For more on why this shotgun is our NRA Gun of the Week, watch the video hosted by American Rifleman's Christopher Olsen.

For more on Henry Repeating Arms, please visit HenryUSA.com.

For more on the more compact H018-410R, featuring a 20″ barrel, please enjoy our complete review:
Tested: Henry Lever-Action Rare Carbine 410 Bore  

Additional Reading:
Editors' Picks: 2017 Henry 310 Bore Shotgun  
New Henry Models Include .410 Lever-Action Shotguns 


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