triumph was a shotgun line made by Crescent arms for Sears and Roebuck. The guns are not very collectible, but in good shape may bring a fair price. The gun is probably a single shot break open with Triumph stamped on the side of the action. If so it is probably nothing special, though being a 410 helps the value a bit.
Modle 101 1380 410 shotgun
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.
Where xan i find a mag. For a 410 bolt action 410 j
Mossberg or Savage/Stevens? Any particular model? firstname.lastname@example.org
You can use nothing but 410 shells in a 410 shotgun.
The 410 Shotgun is really .410 Caliber. Unlike all other sizes of shotgun, (10,12,16,20,28gauge), the 410 is measured in caliber. I believe it works out to something like 36 gauge. So the 410 shotgun is .41 Caliber
can you find any information on a 410 gauge o/u by American arms inc. made in Italy? thank you
It is a shotgun
You need to find a gunsmith.
need information on stevens-springfield model 37 410 shotgun
Browning never made a .410 automatic shotgun. Autos were made in 12, 16, and 20 guages. They did however make 410's in over/unders. auto5man
What is the value oof a .410 gauge shotgun
I have the same question. Did you find an answer?
Does not exist
A "410" is the smallest gauge of shotgun.
I am also looking for parts for this particular 410 guage shotgun. Specifically I need a stock. The number that you refer to is a serial # as my gun has the number 50347. You can email me at email@example.com or call direct to 519-422-2629
Marlin Model 59, 1959-1961
A shotgun with a bore diameter of .41
THE GUN IS A .44 CALIBER SHOTGUN, NOT A .410 CALIBER. I HAVE BEEN TOLD THAT IT MAY HANDLE VERY SHORT .410 CALIBER SHOT SHELLS OF LOW POWER BUT, IT COULD RISKY.
Well help or just say no