None. Some handguns have been made that will fire .45 Long Colt revolver rounds and .410 shotgun shells, but that does not mean that you can take any .410 shotgun and stick .45 handgun ammo in there.
You can use nothing but 410 shells in a 410 shotgun.
A 410 shotgun is basically a 41 caliber smoothbore. A 45 caliber round may fit in the chamber, but the bullet is too big. Don't do it.
SORRY, you will never find any because there are none available !
No. You can only fire .410 shotgun shells in it. You should never attempt to fire a different ammunition than is stamped on the barrel, even if it appears to fit. If the pressure is too high, or the cartridge doesn't fit, at the best your gun will not shoot properly. At the worst it can explode and kill you.
Absolutely not. A .45 Long Colt bullet is nominally .455 inches in diameter. A .410 is .41 caliber. The cartridge will fit because of the extra chamber diameter to accommodate the thick body of the shotgun shell, but attempting to fire a revolver cartridge will result in overpressure, a burst barrel, and likely injury.The chamber pressure of a .45 LC is higher than a shotgun is designed to tolerate, to begin with.
it is not safe to fire 16 gauge shell in anything but a 16 gauge.No shells will interchange with other gauge guns since a 16 gauge shell would fit in a 12 gauge chamber, I would think you can do this.
Yes - in fact, that is the .44 calibre cartridge it is intended for, the .44-40 shot cartridge, which uses either a paper or wood sabot to hold the shot. Most that I have seen are also capable of firing the .44 XL, which is a lengthened .44-40 with the shot inside of the brass, rather than using the sabot. While you can fit a 2-1/2" .410 shell in the HSB Ruso, it should not be fired - it's only chambered for the 2" shells. IIRC, the only 2" .410 shells are the high brass shells.THIS SHOTGUN IS NOT DESIGNED NOR INTENDED TO USE MODERN .410 SHOTGUN SHELLS, AND SHOULD NOT BE USED FOR SUCH. The .410 used in the HSB Ruso (and other .410 shotguns of the period) was something of a predecessor to the modern .410.
It should fit , you may have to do some fine tuning . If you look atNumrich gun parts site the mag order # is the same for both guns
That is the diameter of the inside of the barrel- the smaller the number, the bigger the shell. Ignoring the .410 (which is NOT a guage)- guage was the number of round lead balls that could be made from one pound of lead that would fit the barrel. So a 20 g shotgun- 1 lb would make 20 balls. A 12 g, 1 pound would make 12 balls.
In order of biggest to smallest - 8, 10, 12, 20 bore, then .410 as the smallest. The 410 is .410 inches. Do not know the mathematical relationship between gauge and barrel diameter.The relationship is INVERSE- the smaller the number, the bigger the bore. The gauge of a gun barrel is the number of lead balls that fit the barrel that weigh 1 pound. So 12 lead balls that fit a 12 g weigh one pound, 20 lead balls that fit a 20 g weigh 1 pound, etc. .410 is actually a caliber, not a gauge- if converted to gauge would be about 69 gauge.
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Eight electrons fit in the second shell.