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This is not the same company as Firearms International, Inc. of Houston. Firearms International, Washington, DC, doesn't get much space in the reference books since they didn't manufacture many guns, mostly imported rather inexpensive pieces. The country of origin should be marked someplace on the barrel or receiver. Most utility single shot .410's in working condition are worth $75 to $125, but since it will be difficult to find repair parts if these should break, it may be hard to sell for half that much.

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Q: Where can you find information about a Firearms International Corp 410 single shot sn 4647B with 2 triggers one for cocking and a barrel that swings out to the left?
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