Browning BT-99 017071425 vs H&R 1871 Ultra Slug Hunter
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Browning BT-99 017071425
BT-99. The ideal competition shotgun for trapshooters of all ages. Browning quality can be found at every level of the shooting sports. And when your chosen sport is American singles and handicap trap, the revered Browning BT-99 wins the hearts and minds of many. There is not a finer example of simplicity, quality and clay-busting performance than the classic BT-99. When it was introduced in 1969, it immediately gained a loyal following among both beginner and veteran shooters alike. They appreciated the consistent, reliable performance and great value the BT-99 offered. Today is no different. From the Micro that is designed to comfortably accommodate smaller shooters to the Golden Clays version with a host of extra bells and whistles, theres a BT-99 tailor made just for you.
H&R 1871 Ultra Slug Hunter
If you desire a reliable shotgun, you can't go wrong with the H&R ULTRA SLUG 12 gauge. The H&R ULTRA SLUG 12 GA are great ShotGuns for hunting and can also double for home defense making it a great choice for a shotgun. <strong>Specifications:</strong> <table class="tblstyle" width="500" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"> <tbody> <tr> <td width="25%">Model</td> <td>Ultra Light Slug Hunter</td> </tr> <tr class="shadedtr"> <td>Gauge</td> <td>12 Gauge (SB1-S14) 20 Gauge (SB1-S24)</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Stock</td> <td>American hardwood with walnut finish, full pistol grip, recoil pad, sling swivel studs.</td> </tr> <tr class="shadedtr"> <td>Barrel</td> <td>24" with Ultragon<sup>TM</sup> Rifling</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Chamber</td> <td>3"</td> </tr> <tr class="shadedtr"> <td>Sights</td> <td>Scope base included.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Length</td> <td>40"</td> </tr> <tr class="shadedtr"> <td>Length of Pull</td> <td>14 1/4"</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Drop at Comb</td> <td>1 1/2"</td> </tr> <tr class="shadedtr"> <td>Drop at Heel</td> <td>2"</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Weight</td> <td>5 1/4lbs.</td> </tr> </tbody> </table>