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Do H&R Pardners fold in half?

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by A strange person, Jan 17, 2013.

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  1. A strange person

    A strange person Member

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    I know some break-action guns can be folded in half without needing to be disassembled, but I cannot remember if the H&R's can or not.
     
  2. oneounceload

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    My rifle version cannot; there are a few Italian versions that can, including a Beretta garden model
     
  3. jeepnik

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    No. But it is possible to remove the hinge pin and separate it into two pieces easily.
     
  4. Fred Fuller

    Fred Fuller Moderator Emeritus

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    No, they don't fold.

    But they take down pretty easily...
     
  5. plumberroy

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    They made a 410 in the 40's or 50's that did
    Roy
     
  6. Boattale

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    They do not. To take them down you have to remove the forearm by removing one screw.
     
  7. Hunterdad

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    Yup, the forend has to come off. I remember seeing a quick-detach forfend a couple years back.
     
  8. Deltaboy1984

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    The older ones you pull off the forearm and break it open and take the barrel off. I have carried and H&R shotgun in a backpack.
     
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