Smoothbore pistols are restricted in US. They are not banned, but they must be registered and a special tax must be paid when buying one.
However, there are pistols that will chamber .410 shotshells and .45LC pistol ammo. They typically have at least a short rifled section near the muzzle, or a fully rifled barrel, which allows them to be classified as regular handguns and therefore avoid the extra restrictions.
The most notable one is the Judge revolver from Taurus. There are also a few derringer-style pistols from several small manufacturers, like Cobray/Leinad.
Colt has never made a 45/410 pistol
In their catalog
Depends on the laws where you are.
Yes, it is a 410/45LC combo derringer, and runs about $80-$100.
DO NOT DO THIS, you may cause injury to yourself or damage the weapon.
The Taurus Judge runs about $650 MSRP
None. While there are firearms made to shoot .45 Colt AND .410 shotshells, they are designed and made to do that. A regular .410 shotgun is NOT made to do that safely.
Yes, one gun manufacturer at least built a two barrel derringer that was chambered for 410 rounds. While a 410 is relatively small, technically is is still a shotgun, and in a pistol as small as the derringer, firing it is a wrist-breaker.
There have been several handguns made that fire .410 shotgun shells- most recently the Taurus Judge. By the way, .410 is actually a caliber of shotgun, not a gauge. A .410 shotshell is about 67 gauge- but no one uses that designation.
Which .410 pistol? There have been several. Perhaps the most current is the Taurus Judge revolver. These are currently for sale, and you should be able to get a price from most dealers. However, there have been earlier SMOOTHBORE .410 pistols, including the H&R Handy-gun (.410 smoothbore pistol w/ 10 inch bbl) and the .44 Gamegetter. These can be worth $500-$2000 depending on condition IF they have been registered with the BATFE and are transferable- they are Class III firearms, in the "Any Other Weapon" category.
$130.00 New in box.
your Stevens model 410 was made from 1939-1945 in the amount of 105,000.
Mr. Bean makes western field marked wesern field 410.
50-100 USD depending on specifics
You've made a statement and put a question mark at the end. You have not asked a question.
I don't know, but you can certainly find a Taurus Judge.
To my knowledge a pistol grip was never made for the Snake Charmer, I think it has something to do with it being considered a sawed off or something like that, If you wanted to put a pistol grip on it you'd have to shorten the barrel to pistol length. (Which you would have to do anyways to fire it like a pistol) I personally just cut the unwanted stock off, sawed the barrel shorter, and then fiber-glassed over the grip to smooth it out and make it comfortable. Instead of defacing your Snake Charmer, you really might be further ahead buying a Taurus .45/.410 or any of the Bond Arms derringers chambered in .410.
a 410 ga. shotgun pistol was made by crescent firearms and is very rare. however, regular shotguns do not have much value
Iver Johnson made some Westernfield matte rib 410's
It it has a 12" barrel, it must be registered with the Federal Government.