I saw a marlin 336XTR in .410 that was a smooth bore. Anyone see these and what can you shoot in them
.410 shot shells. Cabelas had them for $499.
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What about slugs
And would this gun be a good buy
Found the following about this one, hope it helps:
The Marlin Model 410 shotgun is a reintroduction of a model made in the 1920's. It's an updated version of the original Model 410, a lever action shotgun, and is built around the proven 336 action.
The model 410 has a 22" cylinder bore barrel, and a 4-shot (5 with some brands) tubular magazine. It's chambered for all 2-1/2" shells (only), including rifled slugs, and is an ideal shotgun for small game and pests. Sights include a folding open rear, and a brass bead front. 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.
Gauge 410 bore, 2.5"
Capacity 4 (5 with some brands) 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-ShieldŽ 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.