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Name: Tim Woodhouse
From: UK
E-mail: Contact
Hi, just to let you know that my nicolasmedia@btopenworld.com email address has been out of action since August 2018, due to hackers etc.I can now be contacted on spitfireammunition@btopenworld.com. Also I am currently selling the .410 gauge O/U that I used for all of the testing, patterning and slug accuracy tests etc etc in my .410 book. It is an Investarm with bores of .420inch and light modified (bottom barrel) and modified chokes(top barrel)fully regulated my myself, the gun is fully operational, but needs a new safety catch slider located on the top of the action. I am also selling the Lincoln O/U ,410/28ga combo shotgun (two sets of barrels on one action) The 28 gauge barrel has multichokes all regulated by myself and the .410 barrels have been backbored to .425inch with light modified and modified chokes. The gun has a single selective trigger. I used the .410 barrel set to win the 2006 Wyle valley .410 gauge class in the sporting clays competition. The gun is boxed in a carry case with all chokes etc that holds both barrel sets and the action, Please email me on spitfireammunition@btopenworld.com for further details etc Best regards to everyone Tim Woodhouse
 
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Name: Admin
From: UK
MEC 600 Junior .410 reloading press and Supersizer. (U.K.)
Anyone interested in above? Have had to stop reloading owing to a back problem.
Offers in region of £100. Would hand over at NCSC Bisley.
Press setup for 3" cases.
contact via 'info' at this website. Thanks.
 
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Admin reply: Hmmm, Its a little difficult to get above the number one slot! (Typing 'fourten' into Google in Europe). Maybe different elsewhere but if people are interested, they will find us.
 
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Name: M. Butler
From: Oxon
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Hello All,
Please could anyone tell me where I can buy Remington 3" magnums online.
 
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Name: Jamesadjub
From: Jamesadjub
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Hi there! I know this is somewhat off topic but I was wondering if you knew where I could get a captcha plugin for my comment form? I'm using the same blog platform as yours and I'm having problems finding one? Thanks a lot!

Admin reply: Hi, Email of details sent, Hope it helps. cheers, Admin.
 
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Name: Kissobeds
From: Kissobeds
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hi everyone. it is great site. thanks for all.
 
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Name: Iain Harding
From: Cambridge, UK
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Good afternoon.

I would appreciate some advice please

As a recent returner to .410 shooting - my first gun was a single barrel .410 folder - I treated myself to a very nice Remington 1100 which had performed very well for about a year but , for a variety of reasons, has not been shot for about 3 months.

Today a friend (an RFD) borrowed the gun for some clay busting and said the cases are being ejected with blown primers and torn brass (cartridges are Hull High Pheasant, 3", 19gm).

Additionally the piston and piston seal are sliding up and down the tube - almost in freefall - when the gun is tilted forward or backwards.

Would anyone have any idea what is causing this please - the cases look like pressure blow back effects?

Thanks in advance.

Admin reply: Diagnosing shotgun problems from 4000 miles away is a difficult undertaking and often thankless to boot, but I will give it a try. My first thought is has anyone cleaned this gun since it was working properly for you? A frequent problem crops up when the gas piston is installed backwards. It has a flat end and a beveled end, and it needs to be assembled in a very specific way. If you have the original instruction booklet that came with your gun, look through it and make certain the parts are all present and assembled correctly. If you do not have the factory instructions, you can google them. Also did your friend use the same cartridges that you use? Please let me know how things turn out. Marshall Williams
 
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Name: Jeff B
From: Blackburn
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Hi I'm looking for a 410 roll crimp. Recommendations please and where to get them in UK
Thanks

In advance

Admin reply: Oops! I thought I was adding useful information for US shooters, but it appears that I also deleted the admin reply showing the UK source. My regrets. Marshall

Two US sources are:

http://www.ballisticproducts.com/Original-Roll-Crimping-Tool-410/produc tinfo/ROLL41/

https://www.precisionreloading.com/cart.php#!l=MM&i=RC 410

 
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Name: Michael Juarez
From: Saskatchewan, Canada
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I'm new to the site which I think a great. I am not sure if this has been mentioned earlier but in Layne Simpson's book Shotguns and Shotgunning (Krause Publications, 2003), Chapter 15, Hunting with the .410, has excellent information (similar to Marshals article, 1983) about using more open chokes, limiting range, reloading and the effective patterns that can be gotten from each type of choke. This would be a good addition to your resources page.

Admin reply: Thanks. A good idea. Marshall
 
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Name: Steven Hill
From: Northern Illinois USA
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I always thought "High Phesant " referred to expensive British shooting schools where clay pigeons came at you at elevations up to 40 yards over your head . I've only been at Heathrow for 3 hours so i probably don't know what I'm talking about. What I want to write about is the cost of .410 shells {2 1/2 " } At Walmart, 25 Remington express were priced at $ 15.99 for 25. .410 revolvers are very popular as I mentioned a year ago. If you shoot a lot of .410 it pays to buy a Mec Jr reloader which does a great job on 2 1/2 and 3 inch shells. I use 13 grains of Alliant {Hercules} powder and 1/2 ounce of 7 1/2 or 8 shot.Within 25 yards or less it humanly kills rabbit or pheasant. Squirrels have tough hides so I don't like to use a .410 even within that range. I live in arural area that still has lots of rough land and supports plenty of game.

Admin reply: Reloading is the only practical way to do much shooting with a .410, This has not always been the case, and well into the 1990s in the US .410s were cheaper than 20 gauge shells. That changed and suddenly 20 gauge shells cost as much as 12 gauge shells, and .410s became as expensive as 28s. Recently reloading the 12s and 20s has been somewhat slow in the US as one can buy good quality “white box” target loads from the major US makers for only a little more than the cost of reloading them. The small bores are a different matter. One can reload a box of .410s for less than $4, and save between $5 and $10+ per box. With the small bores, and especially with the .410, the single stage loaders give fewer problems than the progressive reloaders. Thanks for the comment. Marshall
 
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