product photo of the Marlin model 410 lever action .410 gauge shotgun


The Marlin Model 410 shotgun was a limited production gun made in 2003. It's a reproduction of a model made in the 1920's, the original Model 410, a lever action shotgun, and is built around the proven 336 action. While it's no longer produced, the 410 can be found used or as new in box.

The 410 has a 22" cylinder bore barrel, and a 4-shot tubular magazine. Some brands of .410 shells will allow you to fit five shells in the tube. It's chambered for all 2-1/2" shells only, including rifled slugs. It's a good choice for very small game or rodents.

The 410 has a folding open rear sight, and a brass front bead sight. The receiver is drilled tapped for a scope bass. Its walnut stock features a pistol grip, cut checkering, a blued steel fore-end cap, and rubber butt pad.

When Marlin brought back the model 410 in 2003, it was such a hit that gun lovers are still asking the company to bring it back again. Maybe if enough buyers make their voices heard, Marlin will make the 410 again.

Gauge 410 bore, 2.5"
Capacity 4 shell tubular magazine
Action Lever action; side ejection; solid top receiver; deeply blued metal surfaces; hammer block safety.
Stock American black walnut pistol grip stock with fluted comb; cut checkering; rubber rifle butt pad; tough Mar-Shield® finish; blued steel forend cap;
Barrel 22" with cylinder bore.
Sights Folding open rear, brass bead front sight.
Overall Length 40.5"
Weight 7.25 lbs.

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