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H&R Ultra Slug Hunter Single Shot Shotgun

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Cartridge or Gauge
Finish
Stock Color
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20 Gauge

Blued

Walnut

Barrel Length:
24"

Round Capacity:
1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
8 lbs.

12 Gauge

Blued

Walnut

Barrel Length:
24"

Round Capacity:
1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
8 lbs.
The H&R Ultra Slug Hunter Single Shot Shotgun has combined the heavy barrel concept of the Ultra Varmint rifle to achieve a level of accuracy previously unheard of in firearms below the 1,000 mark. The Ultra Slug incorporates the transfer bar safety system, a heavy action, and an extremely heavy wall in its rifled 24'' barrel. Comes with a 3" chamber, scope mount, and walnut stock. Blued finish.
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Easiest decision you'll ever make Its heavy, yes, but what you get in exchange is superb accuracy in an affordable package. For the cost of this gun and a very nice scope (I recommend the Nikon Omega 3x9) you have the perfect deer gun for the price of just the gun in another brand. Shell exchange is quick and easy with the use of a stock shell holder, probably as quick an easy as a bolt action. With a solid rest and some practice, you can reach out to nearly 200 yards. I have killed two deer so far at over 175 with ease. I have found Remington Copper solids to work best with my gun. You can't go wrong with this weapon and you won't be sorry you purchased. September 24, 2014
Hands down the best 20 gauge on the market I have owned my 20 gauge H&R for 6 years and it has never let me down. Here in Illinois, shotguns are our weapons of choice for deer hunting. Sure the gun is a little on the heavy side but its well worth it. I shoot Remington Core Lokt Ultras out of it and group a 4 inch pattern at 225 yards. YES, this gun drops deer in their tracks at great distances. There is not a better gun on the market for the price. H&R did an outstanding job on this firearm. For young hunters, find the 20 gauge H&R youth model. October 19, 2013
Excellent Slug Rifle I have owned an H&R Ultra Slug 12 gauge rifle for over 10 years and it is an outstanding gun. I am able to shoot 1 1/2" groups at 100 yards from a bench rest which I think is pretty darn good for shooting slugs. I had thought at first that I wanted a multi-shot gun but the reality is, when you lay the crosshairs on the deer's shoulder and pull the trigger, the deer drops where it stands. I have never needed a second shot. Not that I'm great, as I most definitely am not, but getting hit with a 12 gauge slug will do that. I am planning to go wild hog hunting out west and I am sure the gun will drop a wild boar on the spot. Some things to consider. It is heavy, as the barrel is quite thick, so consider that when/if shooting from a standing position. Too, it kicks like no other gun I have ever shot so brace yourself. It is an awesome gun. It's made for shooting slugs one at a time... period. H&R did a great job with gun. I highly recommend it. September 10, 2013
tack driver I have the 20 g. with laminated stock, and Busnell trophy scope. I use Federal Vital Shock with Barns expanders for 1" groups at 75 yds. bench rested. The spent Federals eject at least 3 ft.. I have taken many deer with this combo. and made this my go to gun. May 16, 2011
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I am not a hunter. I am seeking to purchase this shotgun solely for home defense purposes. Wil this work? Also, what is the difference between 20ga ans 12ga? What is the pump action mean exactly? I notice it is heavy and has a lot of kickback...Wil those work for a woman?
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not at all this gun is heavy only can shoot slugs and only hold one shot... i would advise you to look at the stoeger p-350 home defence shot gun... it is lighter and would be much easier for a average sized girl to you and it is a pump
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Yes, a shotgun in most situations is the "mother of home defense". But, they are large, heavy and can be difficult to handle.

The term "gauge" describes bore diameter, but unlike "caliber" used for handguns and rifles the larger the number, the smaller the bore. (The inside diameter of the barrel.) Gauge was defined by the number of solid balls the same diameter as the inside of the barrel that could be made from a pound of lead. Thus, the 10-gauge shotgun is larger than the 12-gauge, which is larger than the 20-gauge. While there are many different sizes, or gauges, of shotguns, the two most often recommended for home defense are 12 gauge and 20 gauge shotgun.

Pump-action shotguns, also called "slide action repeating shotguns" or "slide action shotguns" are a class of shotguns that are distinguished in the way in which spent shells are extracted and fresh ones are chambered. The weapon has a single barrel above a tube magazine into which shells are inserted. New shells are chambered by pulling a pump handle (often called the fore-end) attached to the tube magazine toward the user, then pushing it back into place to chamber the cartridge (in a few cases this action is reversed).

I will start by saying that generally the 20 gauge is a better choice for a woman for home defense. A 20 gauge will be easier to handle, have less recoil and more than adequately provide stopping power. But.... I will finish by saying that many woman can both handle and prefer the added power of a 12 gauge. Your physical size and your ability and/or sensitivity to recoil will be determining factors.

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I know it can come with a scope from some places, but what would be another scope option for this gun? Thanks in advance for your answers!
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I highly recommend the Nikon Omega 3x9 or the Nikon Prostaff 3x9. I would not recommend the scope packages that this gun is offered with- you will be disappointed in the quality.
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Any of the scopes that are marked shotgun will work.
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