VikingPlaysGames: Some one has a dip in there lip
Scott Sherman: Thanks for the great video.
Ely Molloy: i could see the advnatage of the single shot over the double barrel, 1-
weight and 2- more accurate due to the fact the round is inline with the
barrel, one could even scope it i suppose.
C Kim: All well said in this video. I might add with a coin,knive or screw-driver
you can easily take the H&R shot gun apart and put them in a backpsck. H&R
also makes accessory rifle barrels to fit the the receiver!
Roderick Jackson: Excellent info Don,t have any reserves about the 12 gauge any more I am
going to purchase one and all the adapters It makes real sense !2 gauge
slug hits a bears head close range should finish the bear
Russell Suender: I purchased a used single shot Armi San Marco 12gauge from Cabelas.Assuming
they inspected all their used guns before selling them,I took it out to the
range and release was jammed.You needed to use excessive force to break
open the barrel.I bought it for survival purposes,plus I had a few boxes
worth of shells at home from a shotgun I used to have.I talked the manager
at Cabelas into letting me return it for store credit.I want a single shot
as their light and simple.Yes,they're a great all around gun.
Mg Fortytwo: i emailed the guy who makes the adaptors but I havent gotten a reply yet. I
asked him if he can or is he going to ever make an adaptor in .303 ... That
would be awesome.
Dennis Menace: I too had a H&R .410 when I was a kid - loved that gun!
GUN METAL GUY USA: Good Advice Clearing My Choice To Get Shotgun ..Thanks.
Rob Martin: pump
RW2709: I Got a 20ga over and under great Rabbit and Grouse gun I love single shots
I got a old 12ga single shot gun two got two get a new fireing pin for her
she a old gun my buddy gave me I got two do her over again like two,great
review and awesome channel.....5*****Stars and a thumbs up two you my
Rob Martin: love the 870
Mike John: all i use is single shot shotgun to hunt from deer to quail
Flint Stag: Nice pathfinder school hat!
Rob Martin: what you chwin?
travislee11: I just picked up some Brenneke slugs at Academy for my 20 gauge. Just
wondering if you've ever used these and what you thought of them
Robert Barbour: I got a 12 ga singleshot H&R .
I got most of the smooth bore adapters for it.
The aim has to be ajusted but as soon as I get my aim right it works great.
I will get me another 12 ga. soon.
Shaman Greg: Can you put a .410 bore adapter into a 20ga adapter into a 12ga adapter
into a 10ga gun?
Don Newberry: Good common sense reasoning. Nice video. Thank you.
Randy Huffman: Nice video. Have an older model h&r and use it all the time. Everything
from squirrels to turkey's and will so take care of any pests, snakes, etc
that u don't want around ur camp. GreAt versatility.
The Firearms Brony: I used to have a single shotty, but somehow my uncle got it :(
Trey McCants: i have the same gun and same shell strap
Nathan Jensen: You made me look twice at a single shot it may be worth a look
OhioCatfishGuy: I'll have to get some of those adapters one of these days.
Holy Mackrl: very good points, love the adapters!!! gonna check em out, made me look at
my old single in a new light, just not a great trap gun anymore
Salty P: So this is where Randy Quaid has been......just joking...good vid
mossman671: Preach it, Brother!!
antonio corleone: ak 47 for survival or 12 gauge
Chris Abraham: This guy is one hell of an awesome good old boy.
MacLeodConners: haha, i think its the subtle ".....ooo kay" every once in awhile, and
".....alright" that are making that association. i thought the same thing!
GunznGear: The adapters should work in any break open type of shotgun. They'll work in
other shotguns to, but they should definetly work in your H&R Pardner.
GunznGear: To each their own
GunznGear: I agree, 22lr is a great round for teaching someone to shoot. The combo
rifles are very cool!! Thanks for sharing
Austin Denman: sorry good
GunznGear: Haha it is a bad habit. If that concerns you, then you shouldn't watch my
vids. Take care
GunznGear: I chew tobacco
GunznGear: I'm not sure what you mean by poor. This vid has more to do w/ the
versatility and bombproof characteristics of the single shot shotgun, than
one's financial position.
PrepItForward: Good video. Most people haven't figured out that they can't miss fast
GunznGear: Yeah I want to try the muzzleloader thing as well. I enjoy Dave's vids, he
puts out a lot of information. Thanks
Joe Tiano: How does a single shot beat the dependability of a pump maybe a semi but
not a pump u have five more racks instead shot u might miss and die maybe u
don't but u have more of a chance of surviving with a pump I think
GunznGear: They can be quite versatile. Thanks
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wolf14900: @butchy586: i don't blame him lol. I'm 17 and my first firearm was a 1934
mosin nagant and i would not give that up for anything!!! It was a gift
from my dad and really the only gift i have ever gotten from him. It mean a
lot to me and i plan to pass it on one day if i have kids :)
GunznGear: I know about that adapter kit with all those different chamberings, but I
don't think I've heard of the 18" adapters you mentioned. Do you know who
makes them? Thanks
GunznGear: I appreciate it, bro
GunznGear: It is a beautiful spot. Thanks
Joe Tiano: Some of those adapters can be used in a pump shotgun just make sure there
shorter or the length of your chamber usually 3" and I have some I wolf
never use a single shot for several
mantuaprepper: does the 20 gauge have adapters? i have a 20 gauge single shot shotgun and
not enough money for a 12 gauge at the moment.
butchy586: did i mention below that his .410 is a single shot youth.he is 17yo 6 feet
1 inch and 215 pounds and still wont give that thing up