Holland & Holland NOBLE Over & Under Shotgun

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Holland & Holland have introduced a new over-and-under shotgun dubbed Noble. This is apparently the first new product of this renowned British gunmaker since they were acquired by Beretta in 2021. Holland & Holland describe the Noble as a gun that brings state-of-the-art processes to traditional London gunmaking, creating a shotgun with versatility, innovation and performance at its heart. Let’s take a look at the features of the new Holland & Holland Noble Over & Under shotgun.

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Holland & Holland Noble shotguns will be initially chambered in 12 gauge with 3″ chambers, however, other chambering options will be released in the future. The chopper lump barrels of these shotguns are steel shot rated, feature removable chokes, can be fitted with ribs of multiple profiles, and will be available in 28″ to 32″ length options. The Holland & Holland designed V-spring trigger plate action has a single trigger and can have a manual or automatic safety. There will be three standard engraving patterns to choose from as well as a personalized escutcheon engraving option for a version of this shotgun called Deluxe Acanthus. The Circassian walnut stocks of H&H Noble shotguns are made to the customers’ measurements, have a polished oiled finish, are checkered, and are offered in three grip styles.

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Reportedly, the price of Holland & Holland Noble shotguns starts at £75,000. These shotguns are manufactured and hand finished in Holland & Holland’s London factory.

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Looks like Beretta is trying to breathe new life into this legendary British gunmaker and conquer new markets for the brand. Let us know in the comments section what you think about the Holland & Holland Noble shotgun. Did they manage to tastefully and harmoniously combine innovations and new technologies with Holland & Holland’s traditions and values?

Pictures by Holland & Holland, www.hollandandholland.com

Hrachya H
Hrachya H

Managing Editor Being a lifelong firearms enthusiast, Hrachya always enjoys studying the history and design of guns and ammunition. Should you need to contact him, feel free to shoot him a message at Hrachya@TheFirearmBlog.com

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