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H&R Single Shot 45-70 w/32" Barrel/Case Hardened Receiver/Wa [CR-1871]
by Ren D
Date Added: Tuesday 12 May, 2009
I had not seen one of these until a friend of mine brought one to the range one day and let me shoot it. I have two other .45-70's: one Marlin 1895 cowboy model, 26" octagon barrel, lever-action which is one sweet shooting firearm; the other is a NEF Handi-Rifle single-shot, break-open with 24" barrel, also sweet shooting. BUT, when I shot this Buffalo Classic by H & R at 50 yards with the iron sights and center-punched a nickel-sized target mark, I knew I had to order one. The finish is superb; accuracy out of the box is astonishing; precision parts are notable. For the money (around $350 retail at honest shops), a person can't go wrong with this classic. It is one which would rival Quigley for accuracy, perhaps not quite for the same distance, but that remains to be determined. I ordered one today from Bud'sGunShop.com for less than the price stated above, because they ARE an honest dealer !