Henry Debuts Dedicated Turkey Gun, Expands Single-Shot Lineup
Gobble, gobble, bang. That’s how things ought to go with Henry’s new single-shot turkey getter. One shot of 12-gauge gobbler ammunition will get the job done in the old-fashioned style.
Meet Henry’s first turkey-specific shotgun – the H015T-12 – along with a host of other specialized single-shot rifles and shotguns.
Henry Single Shot Turkey
While we’ve harvested dandy Toms using Henry’s lever-action .410 and brass single-shot scatterguns, this model is a purpose-built gun for both hardcore and casual gobbler chasers. With a shorter barrel, 3.5-inch chamber, and full Mossy Oak Obsession camouflage coverage, it’s a natural in the woods and wears the official pattern of the National Wild Turkey Federation.
To additionally specialize this gobbler getter, Henry ships the gun with a removable extended turkey choke and fiber-optic sights. The barrel is drilled and tapped for additional optics mounting options and accepts the standard Weaver 82 base. MSRP is set at $687, with guns expected to be on dealer shelves ahead of the Spring 2021 hunting seasons. This H015-T model joins the existing family of Henry single-shot shotguns.
Henry Single Shot Line Expansion
Lovers of the Henry Single Shot will want to expand their 2021 wish lists. Prior to launching the turkey shotgun, Henry debuted three other additions. Model H015-12S is a 12-gauge rifled slug-barrel shotgun. With a 24-inch barrel, three-inch chamber, and fiber-optic sights, this banger is built for deer hunters. It retails for $560.
Besides the shotguns, rifle aficionados will appreciate the addition of break-action rifles chambered now in .450 Bushmaster and .350 Legend, both in blued steel and hardwood. Neither is available in the polished Brass version at this time, with Henry instead favoring the more practical steel, wood, and rubberized buttpad on these big bores. MSRP on the new single-shot rifles is set at $525.
As with all Henry firearms, the newbies to the lineup are made in America or not made at all. Though demand far outstrips supply, all of these guns are going into production immediately.