I cannot believe this! .410 game loads and target loads for $10.00 a box!!!
If there is one thing a 410 shotgun shooter has a hard time with it’s the price we pay to play. Most gun shops and retail stores are 13-16 a box for .410 shotgun shells for sale.
That is why I began to reload my own several years ago. Now I have the best of both worlds when I buy a box of shells, keep the hulls, and use them two more times – that is frugality; and in toady’s financial climate we all need to save as much as possible.
So check out Bass Pro Shops by clicking the links above. I also threw one in for their “Clearance” dept., and if anyone else knows of lower prices on .410 shells for sale or .410 shotguns for sale please let us know.
the smallbore staff
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in response to your comment that they are no longer produced, it is a common misconception because they are a little difficult to get a hold of. I just ordered the same one you have pictured here from the company last October, and I love mine as well. I have shot both 410 2 1/2 shot shells out of it and 45 long colts. The 410 shot doughnuts pretty quickly, I think because of the rifling, and also kick twice as hard as the 45s. I have shot a box of both 410s (cheap Winchester ammo) and Winchester 45 colts through it, and the lock up is starting to get a little sloppy. Not worried about it coming open because there is some pretty heavy duty steel pins holding it. I put a brown coat of spray paint on mine just to give it more of a howdah pistol look. please post your pics when you have the time, I would love to see them.