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★★★★★

“I have a N.E.F pardner SB-1 ordered a 12 ga. 28 inch...”

Written on: 13/05/2010

I have a N.E.F pardner SB-1 ordered a 12 ga. 28 inch turkey barrel with tk-2 choke. this gun shots fine and has taken a few turkey now.Most recent turkey was taken at 60 yards shoting 3 1/2 #5 heavy shot.stoped that bird in its tracks. i am happy with this cheap gun that shots hard and tight patterns. have only shot 3 birds (turkey) with it but everyone of them droped were they were shot what more could you ask for… Read Full Review

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“my grandfather gave me this gun when i was very young....”

Written on: 15/02/2010

my grandfather gave me this gun when i was very young. between me and the majority of my freinds, and now my nephew and his friends, this gun has popped alot of firearm cherries. simple, and as easy to learn on as it gets. bonus: if a kid can get good with it, he'll be a monster with a 12ga. great, fun gun to shoot, still today 20 years later… Read Full Review

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“This is a very nice gun, its good for just about...”

Written on: 13/10/2009 by bigdeer12345 (1 review written)

This is a very nice gun, its good for just about anything. I use my for squirrels, rabbits, and coon. It might be a single shot but that doesn't matter much if you are a good shot. Its down falls are the fact that it does not have a safety and if you trip it could go off. The quality of the wood meets my standers. It needs to be cleaned within a six month period to make sure its at peek performance. The only bad thing is the price of the ammo at about 10 bucks a box, but this gun is good for… Read Full Review

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★★★★☆

“The New England Firearms Pardner Model .410 Youth is a...”

Written on: 16/06/2009

The New England Firearms Pardner Model .410 Youth is a good gun but if i had to do it over i would have got the pardner in a 12 gauge instead of 410 because it is cheaper to shoot. but hopefully i am trading it in to the local gun store for a NEF pardner protector hoping for the same good quality… Read Full Review

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“The New England Firearms Pardner Model .410 Youth is...”

Written on: 13/05/2009

The New England Firearms Pardner Model .410 Youth is great value for the money!!… Read Full Review

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“I stared useing h&r shotguns when i was 12 years old...”

Written on: 09/12/2008

I stared useing h&r shotguns when i was 12 years old still own the shotgun and its still as good as it always was.i am 63 now. This shotgun is cheap, very strong and is probably one of the best shotguns I have ever used… Read Full Review

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“Overall, it is a great little gun for youngsters to...”

Written on: 06/12/2008 by frugalfreddy (1 review written)

Overall, it is a great little gun for youngsters to learn on, and I still enjoy taking it for a jaunt once and while through the woods at 56, even though I have many guns that cost much more… Read Full Review

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“I bought this gun for my 15 year old daughter, but I...”

Written on: 30/11/2008 by Hkkey (1 review written)

I bought this gun for my 15 year old daughter, but I like it so well I use it more then she dose. I wish I could find a muzzel loader barrel for it… Read Full Review

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“The value for the experience of how to handle a gun is...”

Written on: 22/11/2008 by ohezohez (1 review written)

The value for the experience of how to handle a gun is priceless. It is built with a learning shooter in mind. I love to shoot it as much as my son does… Read Full Review

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“Could not ask for a better gun to roll over a few...”

Written on: 28/10/2008

Could not ask for a better gun to roll over a few quail with. May pick up a 20 gauge for a little more bang for the buck though. The price of 410 shells is quite a lot but its worth it. I think the New England Firearms Pardner Model is a really good shotgun, its cheap and you get great overall value… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“My son got 2 does his first year. One at 35 yards and...”

Written on: 25/08/2008

My son got 2 does his first year. One at 35 yards and the other at 10. Easy to reload quickly.
Shoots slugs well.
Patterns w/ 000 3"
Like the option to upgrade to a 20 Ga… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“Have had the gun for 20 years . . . fun, easy to use...”

Written on: 23/03/2008

Have had the gun for 20 years . . . fun, easy to use and looks great. THe cost of the ammo is the only bad point of the New England Firearms Pardner Model… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“All around great rifle,small enough to carry through...”

Written on: 23/02/2008 by dblair71 (1 review written)

All around great rifle,small enough to carry through thick woods and its light and really accurate.Great gun for walking in the woods or to hunt with… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“Other than the barrel being a little too heavy in the...”

Written on: 14/02/2008

Other than the barrel being a little too heavy in the .243, there's nothing at all wrong with the New England Firearms Pardner Model .410 Youth… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“I have several shotguns from a Remington SP-10 to a...”

Written on: 10/02/2008 by msmud (1 review written)

I have several shotguns from a Remington SP-10 to a Franchi AL-48 in 28 Gauge to a Remington 11-87 Turkey gun in 12 Gauge, but this gun is the most fun by far. It makes killing patterns to 35 yards with #7.5 shot if used on crows and rabbits, to 28 - 30 with #6 if used on squirrels. Recoil and noise are unobjectionable, and it is a delight to carry through the woods or field. The .410 doesn't get enough respect, and the standard full-choking doesn't help its reputation. Spend enough time… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“Would be nice to get a couple of other chokes. Great...”

Written on: 29/05/2007 by Lab Lady1 (1 review written)

Would be nice to get a couple of other chokes. Great little gun and great value!… Read Full Review

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★★☆☆☆

“Another problem with this gun is that the three inch...”

Written on: 12/02/2007 by diamond16 (1 review written)

Another problem with this gun is that the three inch shot shells are too strong for the frame of this 410 2/1/2 size. Shot shells are great for this 410 as they run smooth threw the barrel. The red color hi power winchester 410 shells are too powerful to use in this gun, i swear that the high power 410 shells are too dangerous to continually use in this gun because of the beating the high power shells do can eventually blow the gun open or bust too much force threw the bottom where the trigger… Read Full Review

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333294_Jeepcreep927's Response to 278056_diamond16's Review

Written on: 24/12/2007

A single shot, break action receiver made of steel will certainly take full power 410 loads with no problems. If there is disagreement, look at some very successful 12 gauge pump guns (Mossberg 500) with aluminum receivers. They handle 12 gauge pressures just fine. A break action, fixed receiver is as strong an action as you can get. I have used 3" 00 buckshot extensively (300+) rounds with absolutely no problems. As far as poor accuracy goes, the bore is choked very tightly (I don't recall what the factory choke is), thus a little more care is need than if using a very wide patterned choke.

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333294_Jeepcreep927's Response to 278056_diamond16's Review

Written on: 24/12/2007

I disagree with this review because...
<br/>Opinion on durability IS NOT BASED on knowledge. It is simply an opinion. Recommendations should not be made by uneducated (not in general, in respect to firearms) people.

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★★★★★

“I've owned this smart little shotgun for 15 years. It...”

Written on: 13/01/2007 by Len412 (2 reviews written)

I've owned this smart little shotgun for 15 years. It is well made, accurate and nice to look at. I even shot skeet with this single shot .410. Great gun for everyone… Read Full Review

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“This was my first gun almost 20 years ago. The...”

Written on: 03/01/2007 by Tar Heel (1 review written)

This was my first gun almost 20 years ago. The forearm style has changed slightly, but the model is still the same. It is an excellent gun for a young person. My only complaint is that my gun is full choke. A young person usually does not have the skill to hit much game with a full choke .410 which has less pellets that other gauges. If the shooter can handle it, I would suggest moving up to 20 gauge with a modifed choke. You get a broader spread pattern and more pellets. Plus, the ammo… Read Full Review

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“I own a 20 guage Pardner. $100 at walmart. 20 guage...”

Written on: 01/01/2007 by chriszutz (1 review written)

I own a 20 guage Pardner. $100 at walmart. 20 guage amo (more popular) is cheaper than 410, and it still has very managable recoil, and a great shoulder fit. This gun is great! Fun for shooting clays, and has enough accuracy and energy for close to medium range hunting. You can also shoot riffled slugs out of it. All the materials used on the gun seam to be of decent, solid quality. Easy to clean, Fast to shoot. But if you want more bang for your buck, the 12 guage is the same price at walmart… Read Full Review

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