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Golden Bear .410 Bore 3" 97 Gn Lead Slug Brass Case 5 Rnd

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Golden Bear and DKG Trading are proud to offer Golden Bear shotshell ammunition chambered in the wonderful .410. This ammunition is perfect for someone who is looking to squeeze a bit more power out of their favorite .410 long gun. Designed primarily as a hunting load you, this load is ideal for helping to harvest small game.

.410 Bore
3" Length
97 Grain
N/A Powder Dram Equivalent
1200 fps Muzzle Velocity
Uses: Hunting Small Game

5 Rounds per box. To buy a full case, order 10 boxes.

Price is per box.


Item#: 7-AG41S
Total number of Reviews: 5

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3.0 5
"I had trouble with this ammo in my Judge 3\" x 3\". The case would swell and after 5 shots I could eject the shells. Had to borrow a buddies pistol cleaning rod to remove the shells one by one. Other wise the ammo had a good burst and little kick."
3.0 5
"I also purchased these for my Taurus. It does stick - just use a large Phillips screwdriver to eject. I have only shot one bullet - my main concern is the casing cracked in the chamber when fired - about a 2\" crack. Think these may be reloads and/or too much powder?"
3.0 5
"Less kick than expected good accuracy out of my shot gun but my single shot pistol is reduced to 15 to 25 yards at best. Casing splits almost every time and even when it does not split it still jams in the barrel of both my guns. If you use this keep a push-rod around as a precaution."
3.0 5
"Every time I've used these little slugs the casings expand and jam forcing you to knock them out with a rod."
5.0 5
"These are designed for use in the semi auto Sagia 410 shotguns and in that capacity the work fantastic in either the 30-round drum or 15 round magazines."