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H&R semi-auto shotgun?

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by 357mag357, Sep 28, 2008.

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  1. 357mag357

    357mag357 Member

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    BassPro has a H&R semi-auto 12G shotgun 28 inch barrel 3inch chamber for 289.94. This almost seems to good to be true. I know H&R is known for making single shot rifles and shotguns but not semi's. Anyone own one?
     

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  2. MCgunner

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    I'm sure it's an import, maybe Turkish? Knew they had a pump, but not an auto. Good price. Wallyworld has run the Charles Dalys for $299 for a long time, but haven't priced 'em in a while, probably gone up.
     
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    Bought my wife an Auto-Excell5 2 years ago, made in Turkey for H&R. Great gun for the price. Handles well, seems solid. They been in the gun business a loooooong time.
    She took it deer hunting with the stock smoothbore barrel, shot her first deer, first shot. She was happy. And when mamma's happy............:)
     
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    Thats the H&R/NEF Excell. I've read nothing but good reviews of it.
     
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    They are very well made and reliable. I have two of them. They are the same shotgun as the Verona SX 405 and the Verona barrels will fit. CDNN has the 24" & 26" Verona 405 barrels for $50. The one in the picture you posted with the Remington style receiver has the best features.


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    They're made in Turkey and work like Swiss clocks!
     
  7. 357mag357

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    Thanks for all the info!:)
     
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