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Need Coach Gun ID help #7244254
08/03/18 06:26 PM
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A co-worker of mine has inherited a SxS shotgun that was his grandmothers. It has Little Diamond on the stock. Dual hammers and triggers. Bore looks like a .410, but modern .410 shells are just lightly to big to chamber. Sooo....
1: is it .410.
2: how old is it, and who made it and from where?
3: value if all possible.

Listed below are some pictures and proof marks.

IMG_1744[1] by matt lollar, on Flickr
IMG_1740[1] by matt lollar, on Flickr
IMG_1743[1] by matt lollar, on Flickr
IMG_1741[1] by matt lollar, on Flickr
IMG_1742[1] by matt lollar, on Flickr


gadsden by matt lollar, on Flickr
Re: Need Coach Gun ID help [Re: BoomStick] #7244379
08/03/18 09:02 PM
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When you say that a modern .410 is "too big" do you mean in diameter or length?

Most modern .410 loads are 3" long. Older .410s used to use 2.5" shells.


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Re: Need Coach Gun ID help [Re: BoomStick] #7244507
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The diameter!


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