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Hatfield 410 YTH SHOT SL/BL

Hatfield USH110YW Shotguns Zoom

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Model #: USH410YW
Hatfield USH110YW SGL Youth Break Open 410 Gauge 20" 3" Walnut Stk Black Chrome
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    The Hatfield SGL 410 Youth is a single barrel .410 ga. shotgun featuring a walnut buttstock with rubber recoil pad, checkered pistol grip, and a matching walnut forend. The Youth Model action is the classic exposed hammer, break-open style, which incorporates an action-bar safety requiring the trigger to be pulled and held rearward for the gun to fire and also a crossbolt hammer blocking safety for additional security. The SGL has a 20" modified choked barrel chambered for both 2.5" and 3" shells. Both the receiver and barrel of the Hatfield 410 Youth are finished in high gloss black chrome for wear and corrosion resistance.
    ActionBreak Open
    Gauge410 Gauge
    Barrel Length20"
    Receiver DescriptionBlack Chrome
    Stock DescriptionWalnut
    Chokes IncludedM
    HandRight Youth/Compact
    Stock Finish GroupWood
    Metal Finish GroupBlued/Black
    Left Hand ModelNo
    Youth ModelYes
    Product ModelSGL
    1. Overall very good, with some caveats. (review by Noel on 8/11/2017)

      This is an inexpensive firearm, so you get what you pay for, as the saying goes. If I could choose 3.5 stars I would. It is well put together. The walnut stock and fore end are very attractive features. As is the 3" chamber capacity. The fact that the shotgun does not employ an ejector is another plus as this makes it easier to handle adapters. The gun is very light. It came in at 4 lbs 7 oz unloaded, which is a benefit for a young user. Two negatives: the stock is a bit high making it more difficult to obtain a sight line down the barrel and drawing back the hammer is unnecessarily difficult for the smaller framed user. There is no reason why the trigger/hammer pull needs to be this tough. I would say this is a safety issue as it makes easing the hammer to the uncocked position extremely problematic for the youth user and even many adult women. Overall, however, I am pleased with the purchase.

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