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Name: Mark Butler
From: Oxfordshire
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Thank you Paul,

Regards,

Mark
 
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Name: Paul Minost
From: England
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Hello Mark. Try Folkestone Engineering Supplies. Click the link on the Home Page. He will be able to help. Rgds Paul
 
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Name: Mark Butler
From: Oxfordshire
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Hello all,
Please could any one give me details of suppliers of 5-6% antimony lead shot, I have Brownells UK details but was wondering if another supplier existed.

Thanks,

Mark
 
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Name: Mark Butler
From: Oxfordshire
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Hello all,
Please could any one with a Browning BPS .410 tell if the guns have a preference for a particular cartridge case and how you get on with reloads. Thank you,

Mark
 
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Name: Len Gant
From: Nottingham
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does anyone know if there is a tool to strip the bolt on a Webley & Scott 9 mm garden gun.

The screwed insert which holds the bolt together appears to have two small grooves into which some form of spanner with lugs can be used to screw it out.
 
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Name: Peter Dewhurst
From: Florida, U.S.
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I own a 0.410 hammer gun with proof marks Birmingham post 1904. It carries serial number 79 on action breech and forearm. The maker is C.S. on the underside of the barrels. It is in very good condition.

I am writing to see if anyone can help me identify the gun. Was a C. Scott learning the trade in the early 1900s?

Images


Thanks for any help you can give.
 
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Name: Richard (badger) Powell
From: West Yorkshire
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I've just got a variation (section 1) for a 410 shot pistol for pest and vermin in and around buildings and now I'm looking to purchase.

I'm looking for a Belgian double hammer but would take a good condition single. I looked at the falco offerings but they are putting it simply sawn off singles with an unwieldy pistol grip and over long barrel. The more traditional style as carried by hunt masters back in the day would be ideal.

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Badger

Admin reply: Good luck on finding what you need for vermin control. When you succeed, please post an item about its use and success. In the US, these most useful little .410 pistols are treated as "sawed off shotgun" under the Gun Control Act of 1934 and strictly controlled. An item on their use, the length of cartridges, and shot sizes would be interesting.
 
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Name: Michael Carr
From: Godalming, UK
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I advertised once used Fiocchi 3" .410 cases and a Mr Butler has replied, asking if I still have some.
The answer is yes and I would be happy to hand them over at Bisley sometime.

I shall be at the NCSC for a few hours during the next two Tuesday mornings. If he would care to telephone the NCSC and leave a message I will bring some along.
Michael Carr
 
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Name: Mark Butler
From: South Oxfordshire
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Dear Mr Carr,
Please could you tell me if you still have any Fiocchi Magnum cases left, I would be willing to pay for a courier, if you could not meet me or we lived to far apart.

Regards,
Mark Butler
 
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Name: Paul Minost
From: England
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Although not ".410" it is a "small gauge" and following the April 2015 post by Robin Johnson, I have been looking at the 360 shotgun and I have come up with a possible solution, which has produced neat usable cartridges. (I also reload 32 Gauge ammunition)

The procedure for reloading brass cases is relatively simple. You start with a (very expensive) 30-30 basic 3¼" case, and in a lathe, turn down the rim diameter and thickness to the correct dimensions. Then drill out and cut a rim in the (empty !!) primer pocket to accept a 209 shotgun primer. Finally cut the case to 1¾" length and anneal the new mouth ( that will allow you to apply the start of a part rolled turnover to hold the overshot card in place in the same way as the 9mm rim fire brass cartridge)

For loading, the cut off part of the brass case, suitably hardened can be sharpened to use as a cutter/punch for the necessary wads and cards.

The shot load was usually 3/16oz (5.3g) Powder is a lot more tricky. All I could find was in an old "Nobel" catalogue and that quoted either 1/2 Dram of Black Powder (no specification, so which one would be a guess) or 7 grains of Amberite (find some of that in a usable condition !)

The Italian wad manufacturer Gualandi have on their website a vast number of loads and by interpolating between a 2" .410 load and an 8mm centre fire shotgun load using the same powder you could derive a starting point for a .360 , loading down and then working up.

In the UK, the .360 shotgun is an "obsolete" calibre, so you can posess a gun without a licence. But as soon as you have ammunition for it, there is "intent of use" You then have to declare and have the gun recorded on your licence.

I am looking for a .360 shotgun, but they are like hen's teeth. Most were made as "walking stick" guns, now a "part 5" weapon so prohibited to most people, and were used by Victorian era collectors of small animals to be stuffed and moumted in cases . But there are some converted .360 "Rook Rifles" and even some rare single and double shotguns around ! One day maybe !
 
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