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Has anyone bought one of the lever action 9410 .410 shotguns by Winchester? This looks so cool and seems like a great idea! Would like to know how the action feels and is it as much fun to shoot as it looks?
 

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NRAJOE, I got to shoot one that belongs to a friend. The action runs smooth and once I quit trying to pump the forend and remembered to work the lever skeet doubles were no problem. He's been shooting it for about 6 weeks now at skeet and the only problem he's had was that the plastic butt plate was too slick, and the stock a little short so he added a 1" recoil pad that fixed both problems. It's never failed to feed or eject that I know of and these were all reloads(2 1/2" Win. AA's).

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Cool...thanks, I'll probably get one. I have short arms and like the feel of my 94 in .44 mag. I'll try to remember to not pump the forend...lol. :D
 

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Has anyone bought one of the lever action 9410 .410 shotguns by Winchester? This looks so cool and seems like a great idea! Would like to know how the action feels and is it as much fun to shoot as it looks?[/

QUOTE] i just found this gun in my gun safe i dont remember buying it and i was messing with it, im going to get different shells for it because i have federal shells and they are sticking a little and i read somewhere that federal rolls there shells at the end and that causes sticking problems. i was loading and unloading it and it seems to me you must be sure to extend the lever fully and that doesnt seem to cause any jams. its a 9 shot mag which is neat. this saturday me and my kid are going out with the beagles and i cant wait to shoot this gun, it feels good looks good and i love the action i just dont remember buying it but if it wasnt any good my dealer wouldnt have sold it to me. even though i didnt shoot it yet i would definetely recommend it
 

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Yeah, thats whats held me off on getting one.
 

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i bought a 5-pack of slugs for 3 bucks, hardly expensive.

thats 60 cents each, bullets for my rifle are 18 bucks for 20, thats 90 cents each.
 

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Couldn't you reload the .410 slugs for a really reasonable price?
 

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WOW !! I didn't even know these existed. Now I want one !! Thanks Joe...
 

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they are no longer made, the used gun market is the only source now.:sorry:
 

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Has anyone bought one of the lever action 9410 .410 shotguns by Winchester? This looks so cool and seems like a great idea! Would like to know how the action feels and is it as much fun to shoot as it looks?
Yes; I bought the packer model the first year these came on the market (whenever that was). I grew up first using a lever action daisy BB gun before eventually shooting my father's model 94 30-30. I'd always liked the lever action gun and thought this gun would be novel to have if nothing else.

It is a cool gun (imo) and it is easy to use anywhere given it's relatively short range, especially when firing bird shot. I will warn you; this gun creeps everyone out because they think you're walking around with a high powered rifle. I was stalking and shooting english sparrows at some vacant property of mine up in Virginia and one of the homeowners from an adjacent lot called the sherrif. I was subsequently visited by a deputy.

Then again, if you have neighbors that you enjoy agitating, it's a great gun for that.
 
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