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H&R 1871® Handi-Rifle® with Sights - Walnut

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.444 Marlin

Blued

Walnut

Barrel Length:
22"

Round Capacity:
1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7 lbs.
Make that one shot count with the H&R 1871 Handi-Rifle, the choice of the accomplished and self assured hunters. This single shot rifle's blued 22'' steel barrel is matched with an American hardwood Monte Carlo pistol grip stock with walnut finish. Featuring side lever release, extraction and transfer bar safety system, the break-open action Handi-Rifle is complete with sling swivel studs, recoil pad, ramp front sight and fully adjustable rear sights. Drilled and tapped for scope mounts.
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Best 45-70 for the money When you only pay $250 for a rifle and it shoots 1" groups at 100 yds you know you've made a good buy. It is definitely the most affordable 45-70 on the market. Everyone down here owns one because we can use them during muzzleloader season and there's a reason everyone buys this one. October 25, 2010
great gun what can i say???? great gun! very light! great knock down power! very acurate, 1 1/2" group at 100yrds with levereverloution bullets!!!! dont even second guess yourself get it you wont regret it!!!!!!!! September 10, 2010
45-70 rocks the 45-70 rocks 1in group with 500 grain lee mold solids at 75 yards open sites, reloading bullet case life good . March 6, 2014
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is the recoil from the .444 marlin comparable to a 12 gauge slug or a 91/30 mosin nagant in 7.62x45r.
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Per the manufacturer, the recoil energy of the 444 Marlin will be closer to that of a 3" 12 gauge slug, due to the large heavy bullet that the 444 Marlin will be pushing. Thank you!
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i would compare it to a 12 gauge. it may actually be a little less.
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is the .444 marlin to much gun for someone that is 6 foot and 166 pounds. because I shoot my 12 gauge single shot with slugs and buck shot.
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You should not have a problem. I would also recommend going to the gun department at our retail stores to view the product before purchase. This way you would be able to tell if it will work for your body type and you can get additional information from the gun department specialist. Thank you!

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if you can handle a 12 gauge with 3 inch slugs, you'll be fine.
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