A place for those who enjoy the .410 bore family of Shotguns

www.410shotgunner.com


When it come to .410 shotguns for sale, finding .410 shotgun ammo for sale, or .410 reloading equipment we have had many challenges through the years. Some of you have noticed that I have not updated my posts for some time now. This is because we at smallbore have been building a website for smallbore officianados www.410shotgunner.com .

For quite awhile this blog was ranked #1 on google for .410 information and that was good – but we wanted a site where we could help support our habit – smallbore shotguns!

This site has been a long time coming – not so much for us,but for you. We now have the kinks worked out and if you want to find .410 shotguns for sale, .410 ammo for sale, .410 cleaning supplies, .410 reloading supplies, we want this site for you. Please do the following: Visit and check our links. If something does not work right – let us know. Suggest the things you need as a smallbore shotgunner. We will do the research and try to make www.410shotgunner.com your “One Stop resource” for the smallbore shooter. Sign-up for our e-letter. Pass the word along to friends and family Send us stories, post pictures, comments and the like. In the end we are just some smallbore shotgunners helping other smallbore shotgunners where to find their tools, ammo and .410 shotguns for sale.

Sincerely,

Brent

This site, and the b

4 responses

  1. Harold Peckford

    Hi Brent,
    I found in my dads basement after he passed recently a 410 3″ shot gun that I am trying to find out anything I can about it. The only number on is 18792b. It is all metal – NO WOOD- on this firearm at all. Can you help with info please. Cheers Harold Peckford

    February 20, 2011 at 6:45 am

    • The Vintage Sportsman

      Harold,
      Would like to help veryu much. Can you send some pictures? That would be a great help.
      Brent

      February 20, 2011 at 3:20 pm

  2. Mark figelski

    Awesome site!!! I could,prolly share some load information on shooting 410’s with black powder… I live in a very remote place in Alaska, and smokeless powder is very hard to come by…. Living on a island, nobody will ship powder via airmail.. So I make black,powder…. And it works wonderful in brass 410 shotshells. I shoot a single 30cal round ball for small stuff, and bigger stuff for bigger critters… I also do large bore shotgun round balls for spring bear and deer, all black powder….

    Mark
    Naukati bay
    Prince of Wales island, about 40 miles from “Port Protection”
    SE Alaska.

    May 27, 2016 at 5:29 am

    • Glad you stopped by Mark! I am going to look up “Prince of Wales Island” on Google Earth…glad you sent along that load-up for Pyrodex, I will try that one out. Got any pics of game you have taken with your .410?
      -Brent

      May 29, 2016 at 2:35 pm

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