My local Atwood's had several guns on sale for Father's day. Besides wanting a gun I don't have, I also wanted something to use in teaching my 11 year old grandniece, so I picked up a single shot .410. The ad said it was a Traditions brand, but the box and owners manual says RIA imports/Armscor . A Turkish import. Not a bad looking little gun. I didn't realize at first that the barrel doesn't separate from the butt stock. Instead it has a hinge. The exploded parts diagram and list has a listing for a safety, but I haven't seen an obvious one so I'll just do like I do with my other single shot shotguns. I was a little concerned as to why there was a little packet of four screws of two different sizes until I noticed the two lines on the butt. I presume these lines are indicators of spacers to adjust length of pull and the screws are included for that purpose so when removing a spacer, you don't have to find shorter screws.