It is my understanding that a shotgun that can fire 410 gauge shells as well as 45 Long Colt. I think it would be neat having a double barrel, break action shotgun that could fire 410, 45 LC, and 45 ACP.
The .410-bore shotgun is the only exception to the gauge designation for shotguns. It has an actual bore diameter of 410/1000ths of an inch, which is approximately equivalent to a 67½ gauge. Each gauge of shotgun shoots only shells of the same gauge. For example, 12-gauge guns use only 12-gauge shells.
410 Buckshot ammunition is loaded with much larger pellets and is intended for larger game or self defense. It is usually used on deer hence the moniker "buckshot." Shot sizes are usually given designations from No. 4 to No. 000, the latter often just called "triple ought." The most popular loading is the No. 00 or "double ought" buckshot.
We carry a variety of rounds for 12 gauge, 20 gauge, 16 gauge and 410 gauge shells. Our shotgun ammo includes viable, effective buckshot rounds for the 20-gauge shotgun, 8 ’00,’ buckshot are loaded into a 2 ¾” shell and run 1,100 fps from a 24” barrel yielding 1,175 foot-pounds energy.
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"Gauge" is used to describe the bore size of a shot-firing weapon. Although bore sizes range incrementally from 1.5 up to 32 (with an aberrant 67.5 topping the scale), 10, 12, and 20 gauge (aside from the .410 shotgun that measures in caliber) are the most common bore sizes, with 12 gauge leading the group in popularity.
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Standard Saiga .410. Many of the components have been removed and replaced with AK-74 parts. These include Looks like a lot of fun. Though $900 for a .410 is a little steep, especially as you can buy a decent shotgun and a lot of ammo for that price.