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H&R Pardner® Pump Action Shotgun

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12 Gauge

Black

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
28"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7.5 lbs.

20 Gauge

Black

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
26"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7.5 lbs.
The H&R Pardner shotgun gives you the easy shooting performance of a pump action with a weather resistant synthetic stock. This pump action shotgun includes a vent ribbed barrel, a tubular magazine, ventilated recoil pad, and is backed by a one year warranty protection plan. The Pardner features a 3" chamber, 4 + 1 capacity, molded-in checkering, and a screw-in modified choke. Bead front sight. Drilled and tapped for scope base.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by darn tough reload everything put this to the test shot 700 3 inch heavy magnums 3 guys in one day firing it warm not cooking it barrel heat did fire 50 non stop no jams, not a single jam malfunction or problem with an aftermarket turkey choke patterned well out to 38 yards 5 shot was best beats guns at 4oo dollars in 5 star rating it gets 6 stars March 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by h&r pardner excellent first time or even home defense shotgun. as said above its cheap reliable and 870 accessories fit... and to the persons say theirs is only 2+1 you probably have the feed plug in your magazine tube in. im sure you've figured that out by now tho.. good gun January 31, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome shotgun! This was actually the first gun I ever bought, and I love it. I bought it primarily to shoot skeet, so I bought the 20 gauge instead of the 12. One thing that I think is misleading about the specs of this gun is the "4+1" capacity. With mine, its a 5+1 just in case anybody needs to know. Overall, it is a very nice shotgun, and I recommend it to anybody looking for a cheap priced skeet shotgun. December 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Buy! Bought this for home protection. Excellent because it wasn't something too pricey. Although it has some weight to it, it's very durable. Favorite feature about the gun is that most accessories for a Remington 870 (except barrels) will fit this gun. I recently changed the stock it came with, for a retractable one. Only problem I had with the gun was that it says it fits 4+1 in the chamber, but when I was loading it, it would only fit 2+1 in the chamber. Maybe I'm doing something wrong? I'm taking it to bass pro to get it looked at. Other than that, it has been an excellent gun overall! Very happy with my purchase February 20, 2013
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What is the barrel length?

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I found the information on the Manufacturers web site

28" (12 Ga); 26" (20 Ga)
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its 28 inches but check it some company's round it to the inch
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12 gauge barrel is 28", 20 gauge barrel is 26".
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My Dad wants a full choke to shoot Hogs. Can it be a full choke? Thanks
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no you have to buy the full choke separately.
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This is a firearm Only Available in Stores, please contact the retail store for inquiries regarding the firearms. Thank you.
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Good for bird and hunting?

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I want just a cheap but quality shotgun that I can use for dove, deer, turkey, whatever and from the reviews it sounds pretty sturdy and trustworthy. Is this a good shotgun for that kinda overall hunting and if not, where can I find one for the same price?

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yes it will do what you want but you could get a good used gun
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better than a rem express see my review
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Given your question this is the gun for you. I have found this to be a high quality gun. Have been very happy shooting this; really looks great too with the camo finish.
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I would recommend that you purchase a Remington 870. It may be a bit more money, but buying the cheapest firearm is not always the best bargain. Rem 870s have been around a long long time and are the most reliable gun I have ever seen.
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12 gauge
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Yes, it will. I use steel shot out of mine and it works well.
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Does it come with a gun lock or do I have to purchase one on my own?
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Yes, it comes with a gun lock.
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All Remington guns come with a trigger lock.
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No gun lock
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The description says it holds 4+1 in chamber, but when I load it, it only holds 2+1 in the chamber. Am I doing something wrong? Anyone else have this problem before?
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their is a plug in the tube just take it out
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take the plug out
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Have you fired it yet? Because if you haven't, there is a piece of long plastic in the tube that you can remove my unscrewing the front, and just taking it out. Also, it may say 4+1, but it is actually a 5+1.
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Could this be because you have a limiter in the shotgun magazine? Many states and provinces mandate limiters in magazines; the 2+1 is the most common configuration.
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More than likely, it has a "plug" or plastic tube inside the magazine that limits the capacity to 2+1. You have to disassemble the magazine to remove it, and then you will have the full capacity. BUT you cannot hunt most waterfowl without the plug installed.
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there might be a plug in it
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Yes You Can It Is Very Easy.
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Yes you can, simply remove the choke and you're ready to go. You can purchase a rifled barrel but it is not a requirement. 20 guage with a 26" barrel seems like it will be innaccurate and not very powerful, you'll probably get the deer angry more than anything. But what do I know? I'm a waterfowl guy, not a deer guy.
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Yes you can. You can either get a fully rifled shotgun barrel, which is expensive or you can just shoot the slugs straight out, cheaper but the slug is less powerful/ accurate. Also, depending where you live, you can just use buckshot for deer.
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Can i take the choke off to shoot slugs or can i shot with it on?
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It has a removable choke, but I never shot slugs out of it. I would unscrew the choke to be safe.
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I would recommend taking off the choke to shoot slugs, it may mess up your barrel if you don't.
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You can shoot with the choke in as long as it is not tighter than a modified choke. Shooting without a choke at all will damage the threads on the inside of the barrel.
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The shotguns comes with a removable modified choke. So you can remove it. I would never shoot slugs with a choke in, especially if it is a waterfowl choke. You could damage the choke and the firearm, so it should be avoided at all costs.
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The price they are selling it for. 200 dollars. Most shotguns will never be this cheap.
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A good price would be in the range of $180-210 but you can find some for cheaper or more expensive.
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I personally wouldn't go over $175, not a fan of the brand at all.
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150.00 max
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Do I need to remove the factory choke tube before I take it shooting for the first time? never owned a shotgun before I got a bunch of buckshot target load, just want to make sure I dont damage the gun by leaving it in there
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no you can leave it in
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I was in the same situation as you. This is also my first gun, and I have always used birdshot with it. If you don't feel its safe using buckshot, just take the choke out.
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You can probably leave it in, but if your gun acts weird after a few shots you should take it out to be safe.
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No, the choke tube is only for keeping the balls closer together when you shoot. The more constricting the choke tube, the more the balls will remain together over a given distance.
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No, The Choke Just Keeps It Tighter, With The Factory Choke It Should Be Fine. I Know Mines Was
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No, you don't have to remove the choke tube. A buckshot is like shot.
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You will be ok with the tube in or out. I bought one of these on sale day after Thanksgiving and tested 3 boxes of rem 00. They worked fine. They should work fine for you too!
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