I had a H&R Handy Rifle in 243 with a heavy barrel. It shot well. I wish I hadnt traded it. I wouldnt be afraid to buy another one. You can buy other barrels in other calibers for the Handy Rifle. However, mine did not have the fit and finish of a TC. But it was quite functional.
Re: OT..single shot varmit rifle in reply to Tim in West PA, 12-24-2012 09:40:08
I have an H&R Handirifle or whatever it's called now, in 223. It is very accurate. Gunsmiths tell me the trigger pull can't be improved, so check that oout if you look at one. Mine has a good trigger pull. Oh, it's a heavy barrel.
Re: OT..single shot varmit rifle in reply to KEH, 12-24-2012 11:46:26
I vote for the NEF/H&R Handi Rifle too. Have one in .223 with heavy barrel. Shoots far better than it ought to for the price. Want to pick up one in .243, as we already have gun of that caliber, (and reload for), and love the way NEF shoots, handles.
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