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The Henry Single Shot Shotgun’s break action fully ejects spent shells after each shot. It features an American walnut stock, steel or brass receiver and barrel, rebounding external hammer, brass bead sight, removable chokes, and dual-direction pivoting locking lever which blocks the firing pin until the trigger is pulled. The brass model model has a brass buttplate and straight English-style wrist; The steel model has a soft buttpad and pistol-style grip.

● Single shot break action
● Dual-direction pivoting locking lever
● Brass or steel receiver and barrel
● Brass bead front sight

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