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The 12ga parts don't fit. A 410 is not optimum for a fighting shotgun. Not saying it can't get it done, just that a 20 or 12 ga would be more efficient.

For inside the house, standard wood stocks work fine. Heat shields aren't really required until you have pumped several rounds through it.
 

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The barrel on the field model doesn't really get that hot. The security models have a thin barrel that does get hot after just a few rounds. I would leave the .410 intact and just buy a 12 ga security model. You wont regret keeping the 410 or buying the 12 ga.

If you live near raleigh, nc and haven't butchered the .410 I would consider a trade.
 
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