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I’ve never had a 410 though notice they are out of stock everywhere even when everything else is well stocked. Is this an issue all over? Why?
 
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https://www.sgammo.com/catalog...-sale/410-gauge-ammo

Seems with the 410, ‘defensive loads’ have taken over regular shot shells for hunting. A few years ago a friend was looking, while they were very scare, I gave him a 1/2 box or so.

sgammo is usually a good source, I think I’ve even seen 410 shells at Walmart recently.
 
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I saw some last weekend at KYGUNCO, but they were $20 a box.


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I make my own, current cost is about $6.50 per box. I really do miss the days when shot was only 36 dollars a bag. Hard to believe that was only 4 years ago.


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