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Henry Single Shot 26" 410 Gauge Shotgun 3" Break Open, Polished Brass - H015B-410
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Henry Single Shot 26" 410 Gauge Shotgun 3" Break Open, Polished Brass - H015B-410

SKU 776552
Brand Henry
Model Number H015B-410
UPC 619835400116
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Product Details


  • Series/Collection: Single Shot Shotgun Brass
  • Action: Break Open
  • Stock Type: Fixed
  • Trigger Type: Standard
  • Magazine Capacity: 1
  • Caliber/Gauge: 410 Ga
  • Sight: Brass Bead Front
  • Barrel Material: Steel
  • Receiver Material: Steel
  • Stock Material: American Walnut
  • Barrel Finish: Blue
  • Receiver Finish: Polished Brass
  • Stock Finish: Brown
  • Barrel Length: 26"
  • Chamber Length: 3"
  • Length of Pull: 14"
  • Overall Length: 41-1/2"
  • Weight: 6.73 lb
  • Barrel Type: Round
  • Safety: Rebounding Hammer
  • Recoil Pad: Brass


Sharing the same action as our single-shot rifle, our new break-top shotgun in 410 gauge brass feature the same rebounding external hammer and dual-direction pivoting locking lever setup that blocks hammer contact with the firing pin unless the trigger's pulled, and the same interlock system prevents opening the action with the hammer cocked, or closing it with the hammer cocked, as additional safety measures. Like the rifle, there's no manual safety on these shotguns, and they wear American walnut with a solid black rubber recoil pad on the steel-framed guns, and a smooth brass buttplate on the brightly polished brass-framed models. Barrels on both are black matte finished, with the steel shotguns using a pistol-grip stock wrist and the brass guns carrying a straight English-style wrist. Unlike the rifle, though, shells are fully ejected on opening the action for a quick follow-up shot if needed, not just partially extracted. Brass beads are standard, barrel lengths are 28 inches in the 12 and 26 inches in the other two for good reach in the field, with a 14 inches length of pull on all three. We've done our best to keep weights down for field carry, and one thing we want to emphasize is that these shotguns are not intended to be budget entries-our standards are high and you can count on them for the long run.


  • Best uses - target/hunting/bird shot
  • Smooth/mod choke rate of twist


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