Search the Guns.com inventory to find the best deals for single shot shotguns for sale online. We offer new and used firearms from trusted brands like Browning, Henry, Rossi, Stevens, Winchester, and more.
Popular for hunting and target sports, these shotguns come in different styles and gauges, with numerous features and options available. Whatever you're looking for, our user-friendly website, competitive pricing, and commitment to customer service makes it easy to shop for single shot shotguns.
Just as the name suggests, a single shot shotgun is one that will hold and fire only one round at a time. Unlike a semi-automatic or pump-action, the single shot shotgun must be reloaded after each round.
These guns are often built with a simple design, meaning fewer parts to break, and are easy to find at affordable prices; Two factors that contribute to their popularity.
These firearms can be found in a variety of styles and gauges, with different features, finishes, and options available. Hardwood or synthetic stocks are readily available, while barrels come in various lengths. Easy to use and affordable, single shots are often the choice for youth guns.
Some of the best-selling single shot shotguns include the Browning BT-99, Henry Single Shot, H&R Ultra Slug Hunter, Rossi Single Shot, Thompson/Center Encore Pro Hunter, and the Winchester 37.
Between the models that have been discontinued, have limited availability, and are currently in production, the Browning BT-99 comes in about two dozen different variants. Introduced more than 50 years ago, the BT-99 boasts simplicity alongside quality and reliability. It is suitable for competition, sport, and hunting.
Easy on the pocketbook, the Henry Single Shot is made with an American walnut stock and steel or brass receiver and barrel. The break-action design fully ejects spent shells. Features include a rebounding external hammer, brass bead front sights, and removable chokes.
Another affordable option, the H&R Ultra Slug Hunter provides quality performance in a lightweight package. It is made with a synthetic stock and is offered in 20- or 12-gauge.
The Rossi Single Shot is an extremely economical 12-gauge made with blued steel, a walnut stock, and a 28" barrel. It includes a crisp trigger pull and modern safety features.
Chambered in 12- or 20-gauge, the Thompson/Center Encore Pro Hunter is made with a synthetic FlexTech stock for added comfort and reduced felt recoil. It offers a 28" fully-rifled barrel, ambidextrous swing hammer, and adjustable rear sights.
Used by the National Guard during World War II, the Winchester Model 37 was produced from 1936 to 1963. It is made with a blued steel receiver and barrel, as well as smooth hardwood furniture.
The price of single shot shotguns can vary greatly. The cost can depend on several factors, including, but not limited to, the manufacturer, materials used for production, and features or options.
Our current stock of single shot shotguns for sale ranges from just over $100 for the Rossi Single Shot to $3,600 for the Browning BT-99 Golden Clays, with plenty of options in between.
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