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Does .410 come in a bulk pack?

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by CoyoteSix, Jan 27, 2013.

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  1. CoyoteSix

    CoyoteSix Member

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    Howdy THR!
    I wanna buy a single shot .410 for clay shooting. I've heard that if you can get good with a .410 shooting every gauge larger will seem pretty easy. I'm willing to put time and money into getting proficient with this cartridge.

    I just wanna know if Wally world has bulk pack .410 like they do for 12 and 20!

    Thanks again!
     
  2. horsemen61

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    Not really they do have 25 round boxes I think no 100 packs though.
     
  3. CoyoteSix

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    Damn.... and now's not the best time for me to start reloading along with my studies!
     
  4. single stack

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    Of course there are discounted bulk packs.

    Beginning with the flat, a ten box carton

    and ending with the pallet.:)
     
  5. Gun Geezer

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    Relaoding shot shells is brainless and cheap. Also fairly quick to do.

    Dude, ifyou have time to shoot a round of clays/skeet/etc you have time to reload a box of 410 shells. I have an old MEC 600 Jr. and load a box of 12 guage in like 10 minutes or so.
     
  6. DaleCooper51

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    If you want to shoot any amount of .410, you need to reload (or have a huge excess of money that you are willing to burn through.)

    The .410 can be both fun and extremely humbling.

    A 20ga Autoloader may be a good alternative. They are lighter than 12s, have 3/8 oz more shot than a .410, and the shells are about the same price as a 12. A greater variety of ammo is more readily available. If you still feel like making things harder on yourself, throw a full choke in there and have at it.
     
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    If you are going to shoot .410 a lot, it definitely pays to reload. I have been reloading .410 with a MEC 600 for about 18 years now. I started with a .410 and that is about all I use for small game/upland bird hunting. The .410 is fun to use for skeet and will humble a lot of good 12 gauge shooters.
     
  8. witchhunter

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    The .410 is a reason to reload! 10-15 bucks a box retail. You can load em for about 5 or less. 12-20 gauge target ammo you can get for 5-6 bucks, not .410 or 28.....just came in from loading 200 .410 AA #9's. 8 boxes, saved $10.00 a box. $80.00 yeah.
     
  9. CoyoteSix

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    Well darn... I'm not ready for reloading right now!

    Maybe I should just buy another 12G?

    I don't have a pump shotgun and have been wanting one anyway. If only I could ever settle on one thing to put my cash and time into!!!
     
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    EXACTLY! A pallet of 410 will cost you about a semester's tuition - depending on what school - but split amongst friends, the cost comes down......:D
     
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