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Pistol Grip Stock for the H&R Pardner?

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Ben86, Jun 25, 2011.

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  1. Ben86

    Ben86 Member

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    I've heard that the H&R Pardner is compatible with a lot of Remington 870 accessories. Are the stocks one of them? If not does anyone know if any tactical stocks are available for this gun? I've recently discovered, by shooting a friend's gun, that I can control recoil easier with a pistol grip stock, especially when shooting slugs, so now I'm on the hunt for one to fit my shotgun.
     
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    do you mean foregrip or a pistol grip and stock or just the pistolgrip? I'm curious as I wanted to do similar w/ my late Rossi single shot.


    It would be awkward though, unless you could move the break action button to the pistol grip.

    My bad, didn't know they had a pump version of it.
     
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    Yes, the Pardner Pump fits all stocks intended for the Remington 870.
     
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    I have a Speed Feed IV on mine.
     
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    Awesome, thanks guys.

    Griz, is was the stock exchange easy enough to do yourself? And I don't mean Wallstreet.
     
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    Yes, if you can work a screw driver. It just has to be a long one.
     
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    I have a NEF single shot 12 gauge, it is exactly like the HR single shot 12 gauge. I ordered a survivor stock for a NEF and a HR stock came, fit perfectly. I have 3, shotgun adapters that allows you to shoot different caliber handgun ammo in the 12 gauge. The pistol grip stock works perfect with the 12 gauge as well as the 22, 9mm and 45 ammo.
     

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