6 years ago #1
donnywareagle
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My Dad has a 410ga.Pistol that fires a single shotgun shell. I believe the Mfg.is Stevens Arms. No further data at this time! Does anyone know appx.value?

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6 years ago #2
kim32321
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could you post a pic, hopefully it's not a cutdown bolt shotgun. my father in law gave me one that i used as a snake gun until a local sheriff and i went hunting and he saw it and told me of the 10 yr, $10,000 penelty if i got caught with it. needless to say it's since been detroyed.
Kim

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6 years ago #3
donnywareagle
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It is not a modified version of the shotgun! It has a break open barrel where you insert the single shell.

Don

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6 years ago #4
donnywareagle
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donnywareagle wrote:
It is not a modified version of the shotgun! It has a break open barrel where you insert the single shell.
Barrel length is actually 12 ins.
Don
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6 years ago #5
donnywareagle
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donnywareagle wrote:
donnywareagle wrote:
It is not a modified version of the shotgun! It has a break open barrel where you insert the single shell.
Barrel length is actually 12 ins.
Don
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5 years ago #6
brewha
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I've seen similar weapons ...dounle barrel chambered for 410 or.45 cal. at shops...they ran around $125 oor there abouts if that helps..

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5 years ago #7
jbskiatook
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A few years ago I saw a 5 or 6 shot 410 revolver in South America. I wish I had bought it, but was concerned about customs. I thought that was a special deal, but they must be more common than I thought. I can not recall what the price there was, not that it would make a difference.

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5 years ago #8
Joebiplane
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Taurus make the " Judge" a 5 shot .410 / 45 colt revolver They just introduced a new version that will handle 3" 410 shells
Quite a handfull....I imagine

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5 years ago #9
guest
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careful. I believe that is an illegal handgun.

I cannot quote the exact regulations, but I believe that a short-barrel smoothbore handgun is not permitted under the 1930s firearms control act.

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5 years ago #10
Shooter
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Not illegal because it has rifleing and also shoots colt .45 I own one and it shoots softly.

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5 years ago #11
justme
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I the blue book of guns it lists it as # 35 off-hand shotgun and it is listed with the ATF and can not be legally owned and subject to seizure.
it took me a while to find it cause i have one just like it valued it 350$ at 100% to 125$ at 60%

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4 years ago #12
Bev
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I saw one in a pawn shop and the price was firm at $560; that is in Florida. I just looked at it today. It is a Taurus and made entirely of polymer.

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4 years ago #13
JDD
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http://www.atf.gov/firearms/guides/identification-of- nfa-firearms.html

Do you have a Model 35 Stevens Autoshot?


If so I hope it is properly registered w/ ATF.
JDD
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3 years ago #14
rboatright
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3 years ago #15
Swede
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I believe Stevens made a 410 pistol back in the day. Also there was a "Game Getter' but I think that also had a .22 caliber barrel - made by Marble.
I wouldn't sell your gun for $125.00 if it is what i think it is.
Send me a description and I'll make an offer or at least give you a ballpark figure to go on.
<email>

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3 years ago #16
kcbuck
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Moved you to Other Handguns forum for better results....

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2 years ago #17
Bernie
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Kim,
I'm also DUSTOFF and have a Taurus 410/45 colt long.
Fires great and stops pretty much anything.
Bernie C

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2 years ago #18
Bernie
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got one great weapon and still accurate 45 and 410

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