Looking for a 410 revolver

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  • I recently stumbled on an online advertisement for a Turkish made . 410 revolver shotgun that looks interesting. I have a small collection of odd (non mainstream) firearms and I would like to add one of these to it.. problem seems to be the only retailers that I can find with them are all in Canada. It looks like several distributors market the same gun under their own brand. Does anyone have any idea where I can find one in the states? I know Rossi also has one but there's is a few hundred dollars more. Buying a Rossi also defeats the "non mainstream" genre I like to collect . Thanks
     

    Rambler

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    Oct 22, 2011
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    Does the Rossi have a (partially?) rifled barrel. The various Judge handguns do to comply with the NFA and not be a SBS as well as to provide hopefully some stabilization for the .45 Colt they also fire. In a long gun format, a smoothbore might run afoul of the NFA addition of revolving shotguns e.g. the Street Sweeper. The lack/presence of a rifled barrel may explain the Canada/USA difference.
     
    Does the Rossi have a (partially?) rifled barrel. The various Judge handguns do to comply with the NFA and not be a SBS as well as to provide hopefully some stabilization for the .45 Colt they also fire. In a long gun format, a smoothbore might run afoul of the NFA addition of revolving shotguns e.g. the Street Sweeper. The lack/presence of a rifled barrel may explain the Canada/USA difference.

    I hadn't considered that. That is probably exactly the reason why I can't get one here. Because the Turkish version only shoots 410 not 45 Long Colt so there's no rifling it's completely smooth in the bore. Okay then I'll scratch that one off my list.
     

    Biggfoot44

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    Aug 2, 2009
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    Does the Rossi have a (partially?) rifled barrel. The various Judge handguns do to comply with the NFA and not be a SBS as well as to provide hopefully some stabilization for the .45 Colt they also fire. In a long gun format, a smoothbore might run afoul of the NFA addition of revolving shotguns e.g. the Street Sweeper. The lack/presence of a rifled barrel may explain the Canada/USA difference.

    The Rossi .45/.410 is rifled . The 28ga version is smoothbore . It is ATF legal , but NOT Maryland legal .
     

    Harrys

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    Jul 12, 2014
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    I recently stumbled on an online advertisement for a Turkish made . 410 revolver shotgun that looks interesting. I have a small collection of odd (non mainstream) firearms and I would like to add one of these to it.. problem seems to be the only retailers that I can find with them are all in Canada. It looks like several distributors market the same gun under their own brand. Does anyone have any idea where I can find one in the states? I know Rossi also has one but there's is a few hundred dollars more. Buying a Rossi also defeats the "non mainstream" genre I like to collect . Thanks

    A butt load for sale
     
    I'll bite , what was NFA in the linked listing ?
    Honestly I'm not sure.
    I'll bite , what was NFA in the linked listing ?
    I assume this:

    A shotgun with a telescoping stock or a magazine greater than five rounds is prohibited from importation into the United States under the provisions of section 925(d)(3) of Title 18, United states code

    It's a revolver And the cylinder holds six rounds.
     

    Biggfoot44

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    Aug 2, 2009
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    1. The .45/ .410 Circuit Judge is a Rifle , not a shotgun.

    2. A cylinder is not the same thing as a magizine .

    3. Even though it's not an issue , the cylinder capacity is 5 rds , not 6 .

    4. They are sitting there on dealer shelves waiting for you , including in Maryland .
     

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