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    Single shot 410 for $73


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    I saw the ad and was tempted because I always wanted a 410 after having or having had 12, 16 and 20. However, I could think of no reason to get one and I know I would not shoot it. I sold my last single shot shotguns a year or two ago because I didn't shoot them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by osbornk View Post
    I saw the ad and was tempted because I always wanted a 410 after having or having had 12, 16 and 20. However, I could think of no reason to get one and I know I would not shoot it. I sold my last single shot shotguns a year or two ago because I didn't shoot them.
    I held out the entire day. Until 430, then I bought 2. Figured I'd give one to my son and keep one for myself.
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    Same thing as osbornk. I'm tempted because I don't have one and jeez, $75 bucks!!! But I would probably shoot it once or twice and never pick it up again. (But jeez!! $75 bucks!!!) Heck, I bought a Marlin .30-30 two weeks ago and ain't shot it yet. And ordered a Hi Point 995TS on Wednesday. OMG... I, I, I think I've got a problem!!
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    That link doesn't work anymore, but they still have it, just search for 'ATI 410'.

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    I have an old bolt action Savage 410 gauge. I haven’t shot it in probably 40 years but still in good shape. My only other 410 capable shooter is my S&W Governor revolver.

    I have two 12G #hooters - Mossberg Shockwave and Browning A5.

    If I decide to get another shotgun it will probably be the Henry Lever Action in 410.
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    Quote Originally Posted by osbornk View Post
    I saw the ad and was tempted because I always wanted a 410 after having or having had 12, 16 and 20. However, I could think of no reason to get one and I know I would not shoot it. I sold my last single shot shotguns a year or two ago because I didn't shoot them.
    Oh man, I shoot mine. I know I only have one shot, but shooting clays? Buddy, I can't miss with it.
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