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07-29-2013 17:20:46

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I used a 410, shells are expensive and hard to reload.I had a hard time finding a box of 410 shells for a friend.I sold my 410 back in the 50s.I bought a NEF youth model 20 gauge for 88 bucks years ago.28 gauge has made a come back but shells are expensive and loads are limited.

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07-29-2013 17:35:21

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 Re: Wife yelled coon in reply to 36 coupe, 07-29-2013 17:20:46  
410 shells are easy to find and now days what ammo is not expensive. As for reloading wish I was set up to reload shot gun shells but have not found a reloader yet to the right price

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36 coupe

07-30-2013 15:05:27

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 Re: Wife yelled coon in reply to old, 07-29-2013 17:35:21  
I looked in a catalog.You will pay 25% more for 410 shells,The lowest price loader is the Lee at 50 bucks and they dont make a 410 loader..Mec does make one at 170 bucks.

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07-30-2013 19:16:47

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 Re: Wife yelled coon in reply to 36 coupe, 07-30-2013 15:05:27  
Not true in this area. Plus a 410 is a one hand shotgun while a 20 can be a bit to much for a guy with a bad shoulder

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