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How difficult is it to sell a .410 shotgun? The ammo is so expensive, I figure nobody wants the gun.

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  • How difficult is it to sell a .410 shotgun? The ammo is so expensive, I figure nobody wants the gun.

    How difficult is it to sell a .410 shotgun? The ammo is so expensive, I figure nobody wants the gun.

  • #2
    I got a .410 shotgun when I was much younger and I decided that instead of selling the Marlin 30-30 I'm going to keep that. It's a great back-up rifle and it doesn't produce a lot of recoil. Good gun for my little brothers to shoot if they decide they would like to hunt. But I'm going to sell my .410, hell, it's cheaper to buy ammo for the 12 gauge rather than the .410.

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    • #3
      I think the guns sell alright. I'm looking for a nice.410 but haven't got one yet because they ate pricey. I just want to get one to teach my son to shoot.

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      • #4
        Mine's a browning. Bought it about 4 years ago and only shot it a little bit, right away i stepped up to the 12 gauge and nobody shot the 410. We have been keeping the gun clean too. It's a browning i believe.

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        • #5
          reid, i'd be interested...

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          • #6
            What is the make and model? What year is it?

            It depends on what kind of shape the gun is in, what brand it is, how old it is/how many were made. It also depends on how much it was shot/used.

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            • #7
              Shouldn't be to hard,especially with it gettin' close to squirrel season.
              I regretted selling the guns that I had when I was younger,consider holding on to them.

              At least take a few pictures of you huntin' with 'em!

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              • #8
                I use my 410 all the time for small game it does not destroy as much meat as a 20 or 12. The 410 shells are available at our local farm supply stores at about the same cost as larger gauge.
                Maybe shop a different store for your ammo.

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                • #9
                  I'd like to have a nice .410. I don't really think it would be to hard to sell. You could list it on: www.gunbroker.com

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                  • #10
                    Take it to a skeet club if its a double or auto, some of them will probably buy it.

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                    • #11
                      WITH THE TIMES THE WAY THEY ARE, ID HOLD ON TO ANY AND ALL FIREARMS IF POSSIBLE.AND I LOOKED AT SOME 41O SHELLS AND COULDNT BELIVE THE PRICE!!!! CONSIDER A RELOADER IF POSSIBLE,OR CHECK OUT SHOTGUN NEWS FOR AMMO. GOOD LUCK.

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                      • #12
                        I love my .410's

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                        • #13
                          yeah shouldnt be too hard most people don't even think to look into the prices or ammo i would never sell my .410 though but people new to hunting and shooting like it because it won't knock them over or even hurt their shoulder plus like it was already said it doesnt realy ruin the meat. i know when buying .410s people look at the chokes moe then most other guns i like them with a full choke that way all the bbs hit the head and neck and ruin absolutley no meat but then again some people like them with a larger spray

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                          • #14
                            what type single shot and how muchi might buy

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                            • #15
                              and i take it you don't like clay cooper the 7 year old kid with an bb gun.me to he's a prick yah.

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