Last time I checked you could get one the H&R single shots for under $100 NIB. My first shotgun was one of those. I remember taking the Hunter Safety course with it. The test included needing to shoot at a swinging Milk Jug (empty) about 25 yards away from the firing line. They reused the jugs over and iver agian until they fell off the string. I was the only one there with a .410, I had to shoot it three times before they were sure that I had gotten it, since it didn't get sent flying when my puny little .410 birdshot pellets hit it.