Folding 410 shotgun? Who makes them?

Discussion in 'General Shotgun Discussion' started by Crazywhitedog78, Apr 2, 2011.

  1. Crazywhitedog78

    Crazywhitedog78 New Member

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    A few years back I saw this 410 shotgun with a folding stock.
    The stock folded to the side and the gun would fit into a backpack.
    Now I am looking for this gun and can't seem to find it!
    I want to purchase one to add to my pack for my next camping trip in 3 months. Does anyone know who makes it?
    In addition to the compact size the ease of assembly was great too.
    It does not have to be this exact shotgun. Any suggestions would work as well.
     
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  2. ScottA

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  3. powg

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    backpack .410

    You may find a true folding factory built shotgun hard to find ,May I suggest buying a mossberg .410 combo ...long barrel plus a short barrel . Then you can find a covertable stock goes from shoulder to pistol grip .there dozens of mfg's for after maket stocks . Good chioce on a .410 it is often unrated ,by alot of un-informed people. Mossberg does have a model called a ''camper'' in .410 and 20 gauge that comes with a 18.5 barrel and pistol grip .
     
  4. Crazywhitedog78

    Crazywhitedog78 New Member

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    I have seen sons of guns but I can't stand their stuff.

    The shotgun I had seen had a skeleton style stock and when folded to the side the gun could not be fired. I guess an added safety feature.
     
  5. Lindenwood

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    I used to be really into the .410 loading, and have had a few of the Mossbergs. There are no stocks specifically designed for the .410 receiver, as it is physically smaller in dimension than the 12- and 20-gauge receivers. I have fitted an aftermarket stock to one, but it wasn't a smoothly finished job.

    Was it this?
    Springfield Armory M6 Scout - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    If so, AFAIK they are really hard to find (might not even be produced anymore), and are quite expensive (like $600 or something).

    I'd almost say your best bet might be a single-shot .410, or even a longer-barreled .410 revolver, if you want a .410.
     
  6. Crazywhitedog78

    Crazywhitedog78 New Member

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    Lindenwood- it's not the M6. I have seen these and would love to get my hands on one of them.

    I have found something by rossi that comes with a .22 and 410 barrels.
    This I have thought about getting.
    But I am a bit obsessive and won't bye anything until I find the 410 tht I had seen years ago. I even once found a video on YouTube where this guy had the shotgun in the video but did not say who made it. Now I can't find the video to ask him.
     
  7. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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    opaww New Member

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  9. Lindenwood

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    c3shooter, that is starting to look like what he was describing! I am actually pretty amazed at how inexpensive it is. I figured this would end up being some rare collectors item heh.

    Opaww, that is pretty much the same thing I posted, lol.
     
  10. Crazywhitedog78

    Crazywhitedog78 New Member

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    C3shooter. Nope that not it either. I guess I will have to get to some shows and see what they have.
     
  11. Crazywhitedog78

    Crazywhitedog78 New Member

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    C3 after looking at the other pictures that may be it!!Thanks now to find a shop that has one near me!!

    Thanks!!!