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H&R 72690 Handi Grip Break Open 223 Remington

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Model: SB22T3
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 60904
UPC: 736008042734
MFG: H&R 1871

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Now you can have the simplicity and tacking driving accuracy of an H&R single shot rifle with the added pointing ease and steady aiming characteristics of their ambidextrous thumbhole Handi-Grip stock. It's crafted of rugged, high density black polymer with molded checkering at the grip and fore-end for sure handling. It's available in a wide range of calibers from the hot 204 Ruger to the hard hitting 45-70 Gov't. A scope mount rail and hammer extension are included.
Action Semi-auto blowback
Caliber 300 Remington Ultra Mag
Barrel Length 23" Rifle/28" Shotgun
Capacity 10 1
Stock B5 SOPMOD Black
Action Not Valid
Caliber 338 Remington Ultra Magnum
Barrel Length 25.6"
Capacity 15 + 1
Stock Green Mountain Laminate
Caliber 300 Winchester Magnum
Barrel Length 20"/22"
Capacity 16 + 1
Stock Moss Green Composite
Action Break Open
Caliber 223 Remington
Barrel Length 24"
Capacity Single Shot
Stock Thumbhole
Action Break Open
Caliber 416 Rigby
Barrel Length 16" M4 Profile
Capacity 32+1
Stock Folding

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Reviewed By: David R on 12/16/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
This arrived in quick time to my FFL & was well packaged from the factory. I am running low cost ammo to break it in but is a wonderful little gun to play with at the range. It's primary goal is to be a varmint/hog hunter but plinking is also a lot of fun. Being single shot, it slows you down to concentrate on each shot. I am just using junk ammo but am still getting very tight groups right out of the box. I have read that it takes about 50-75 rounds to season the barrel for maximum accuracy so I will switch to more of a match grade ammo at that point. I have the V-max for varmint & hogs. I have a Redfield 3-9x42 on top which is perfect for the 100-200 foot range. The trajectory is almost flat out to 225 with premium ammo & poly tips. There is virtually no recoil with this rifle due to the 24" barrel & lower weight bullets. Great starter rifle for youth & new shooters who might be afraid of the noise or kick. I went with the pistol grip style butt stock on this rifle whereas my other handi's are traditional Monte Carlo wood & really gives a good solid feel to the hold with better control of the trigger squeeze. The synthetic forend is slightly longer than the wood. Easy enough to drill through & put a short picatanny rail there for a bipod or light. My only other thought is for a threaded barrel so I can install a flash suppressor or noise deflector. That would make this purchase perfect.

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Reviewed By: Mark R on 11/20/2010 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I like the pistol grip style butt-stock and heavy barrel this rifle offers. I went with a weaver 3x9x40 and grand slam rings. Nice rifle at a good price from Buds.

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