What rifle round will fire out of a .410?
The .45 Long Colt is similar enough to the .410 shotshell that it is interchangeable in the Thompson Center Arms Contender family of handguns/rifles. This is the only firearm that I have personally owned that was specifically designed for this interchangability. If you have a .410 shotgun of any make or model, you should consult the owner's manual or contact the manufacturer (if possible) before firing .45 Long Colt ammunition it. The shotgun may have a choke (fixed or removable) that could obstruct the passage of the .45 caliber bullet through the bore as it is fired; resulting in damage to the firearm, or the shooter. This goes back to one of the fundamental rules of firearms safety- never fire ammunition in a firearm for which the firearm was never designed to fire.
None safely. It is a shotgun. Rifles operate a MUCH higher pressure. What you descibe will very likely kill you when the gun explodes. REALLY bad idea.
The Mausers rifles, such as the Kar98K, fire this round.
I will start with the fact that you have a shotgun,not a rifle.The 410 is a shotgun round,not a rifle.Next we will need the western fields model number to identify the maker of your Montgomery Wards shotgun and then can describe what type it is.Chances are if you feel that it was a rifle,you could have a bolt action shotgun chambered in 410 gauge.
Fire one round and adjust sites to that impact
Fire one round, note strike, adjust sight to that point, fire again, repeat.
NO NO NO. Please don't ever try to fire rifle ammo from a shotgun!
Both fire the same diameter projectile.
Need more information. I can find no reference to a Mossberg Model "410" rifle. Is it perhaps a .410 bore shotgun? Please describe your firearm more fully.
A .222 is a .22 cal center fire weapon at fires a .222 round
The Marlin Model 795 rifle does not utilize clips, but has a 10-round detachable box magazine. The rifle itself has a magazine disconnect, and thus will not fire unless a magazine is inserted.
Short questions, quick answers. The analogy being the rapid fire of a repeater rifle or machine gun.
Pretty much the same way you fire any rifle. Once you chamber a round, you just pull the trigger. You have the option of single shot or multiple shots, which fires a three round burst.
No such thing.
It is a SHOTGUN
It is a shotgun
.270 WCF means Winchester Center fire. Yes, same round- and IMHO, one of the best rifle cartridges ever made.
Machine guns fire a rifle round and are built for continuous firing from belts of ammo whereas sub-machine guns fire a pistol round from a magazine, short periods of fire.
Only if it's a .22 Long Rifle revolver. It's not compatible with the .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire.
Mine says. short-long & long rifle, right on the barrel.
Any type of rifle which can fire more than one round without having to be reloaded. The term was originally applied to lever action rifles.
A .410 shotgun is close to .45 caliber and a .30 caliber projectile would tumble in the bore. You are not likely to even be able to chamber the round, and even if you managed to do so, it would be unsafe due to higher pressures in rifle cartridges.
Yes! The .410 gauge shotgun (same caliber as the .45 Long Colt) was the alternate round (.22 & .410) in the US Air Force's survival rifle for downed pilots. As a matter of fact, Taurus manufacturing's newest revolver (the "Judge") is stoked with .45 Long Colt & .410 gauge. Choose your ammunition wisely. Bird shot is good for home defense, larger shot for close work outside and the slug is great for longer ranges. The… Read More
Purchase a laser-bore sighter kit and follow directions. Very simple and you do not have to fire 1 round.
Designated Marksmen Rifle. It is a single fire, headshot weapon with a 15 round clip. It is replaced by the Battle Rifle in Halo 2 and 3, which fires a 3 round burst. This gun is good at taking out just about anything when aimed for the head.
The Westpoint 410 Series K .30-06 Bolt Action Rifle. Westpoint was a trade name for Savage for Cotter & Company also know as Cotter Hardware. The Westpoint 410 is comparable to the Savage 110
Please re-read the markings and repost. There is no such thing as a 22 short 410 long rifle.
50-100 or so
The 410 is a shotgun round. Slug loads are available and have been made for decades.
No published sn data.
No such weapon. 410 shotguns have been made by Win, Browning, Purdey, H&H to name a few.
Ordinary .410 shotguns CANNOT safely fire .45 Colt, .44 Magnum or any other cartridge. Stick to .410s. They are designed for a lower pressure, smaller projectile. No. Bad ju-ju. Don't.
A weapon capable of both automatic and semi-automatic fire. Usually firing a round with energy between a pistol and high powered rifle. Anything else is just a rifle or carbine, that fires in the semi-automatic mode, that LOOKS like one.
If you are asking about the Remington 6.5 rem.mag round,then this cartridge takes large rifle/or large rifle magnum primers.The .223 Remington cartridge takes the small rifle primer.Both of these center fire primers differ in size and cannot be interchanged.The .223 Rem cartridge requires small rifle primers.
Fire in Stubble has 410 pages.
The manufacturer is spelled Barrett (Barrett Firearms Manufacturing), builder of the M82 and XM500 .50 caliber sniper rifles that fire the 12.7x99mm NATO round (Browning machine gun round).
it is a shot gun not a rifle
No. While there ARE firearms made to fire both the .45 Colt and the .410 shotshell, they were made for that purpose. Never attempt to fire ammo that a firearm was not made to fire.
Just like a bolt action rifle.
You have an old bolt action rifle with the markings fat 42 and a serial of al9322 can you tell you what it is?
Your rifle is an Italian military rifle known as a Carcano. It was manufactured by Fabricca Armi Terni, the Italian military arsenal, in 1942. There are several versions, yours is probably the "fucile" or long rifle version. It should be chambered to fire the 6.5x52 mm (or "6.5 Carcano" or "6.5 Italian") round, but some fired the 7.35mm Italian round, or the 7.9 mm (8mm) German Mauser round. You can find more information at: http://personal.stevens.edu/~gliberat/carcano/
While the M4 Carbine is intended to fire a 5.56x45mm NATO round that is distinct from the .223 Remington, both are centerfire cartridges. So yes, the M4 Carbine is a centerfire rifle.
the .22 long round is pretty much obsolete. shorts and long rifle rounds are what is most widely available now. if your rifle has stamped on the barrel, .22 short, long and long rifle, as the 550 Remington does, it will chamber all three. the .22 long round is longer in length than the short but slightly shorter than the long rifle. if it has stamped on it only .22 short, it probably won`t chamber… Read More
The ruger rifle
412 rounds to 410
Follow instructions in owner's manual.
How old is the wenchester rifle
No such weapon.
Your J Stevens model 59A shotgun not rifle was made from 1938-1945.
A fire involving rifles a rifle fires a projectile at very high velocity
If you mean an weapon capable of both semi-automatic and automatic fire, you need to go the BATFE website.