ginger7281: I also have this in 20 gauge. Standard target loads and some game loads may not recoil heavy, but when you shoot 3" turkey magnum loads and slugs through it, I swear it kicks as hard, if not harder than my .300 win mag. Great video.
LordKegger76: Brings back memories for me. That brand and gauge of shotgun was the first shotgun I fired at the age of 9. I remember it being so much fun. I'm tempted to buy one today. Thanks, Firearm Guy!
Bryan Fernandez: Thank you for the review! Great job overall! I recently purchased one of these 20 gauges, (for planking around), and must say you are definitely right about it being fun to shoot!
garageguy879: I've been looking to get my grandaughter a 410 for Christmas,,I may have to pick up a 20 for myself,,I had almost forgotten how much fun these are for just target shooting
MuzzleMike: I have been a sub of yours for some time now and did not kn ow you had this video up ! I have the same in 20 gauge . Yes I have some more expensive guns but this is a fun gun .
rudocalbrone: I just went out and picked up a 20g mav88 youth pump for a trunk gun. Cant wait to shoot it.
Isaac Jones: Is there an exact model name for that gun because i cant seem to find it.
Jon Kim: can it be dry-fired without causing major damage to the action?
Justin Patrick: hey, i just brought the 12 gauge variant of this gun, would you say it is sufficient for deer hunting?
Microwaved Gerbil: Would it be good for home defense?
Duell Nelson: Helps instill a 'one shot, one kill' mentality, hones your skills, lightweight and classic looking. Great shotgun.
bigjohn22: Would it be fine to shoot slug with the gun even if has a modified choke
Jake Wood: I got a Remington 53x the same size as that one but Mine will shoot 3in
TheFireArmGuy: True but the cost of the adapters would be more than the gun
Marc Yray: Thanks for the review. It would be great with some caliber adapters.
TheFireArmGuy: Something about this gun brings back childhood memories
TheFireArmGuy: Thanks the case hardening looks cool in the sunlight
ohlemacher1975: i still have my childhood H&R 20 gauge and i'm 38 now, and it still looks and fires like new, wouldn't trade it for anything!!!
Jeremy Holmes: Love the finish on that little gun
TheFireArmGuy: good one. I have more gun sayings that need to go in 2013 too
H&R NEF 20 gauge Single Shot Shotgun Shooting & Review - TheFireArmGuy5
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