Not Your Typical .410 Shotgun
The first .410 shotgun I ever fired was an old Stevens side by side. The left barrel didn’t work but the right was just dandy. My childhood buddy and I would use that .410 on our jaunts in the woods behind his house where there just so happened to be a pheasant farm. The unwritten rule was pheasants outside the pens were fair game. I can only image if we had the Arsenal SGL41 .410 Shotgun in our sweaty little hands. Old man Fitch, who ran the pheasant farm, would have called the state troopers, the FBI and the National Guard on us. The SGL41 uses an AK based Saiga platform. It sports an original Russian receiver with a hammer forged barrel. Chambered for three inch .410 shot shell round the SGL41 will accept 2 ¾" and 3" .410 shot shells. It even has a treaded barrel for different choke tubes. I do miss that Stevens, or maybe I just miss that time when it was natural to for boys to walk the woods and fields with a shotgun or twenty-two rifle. That red circle indicates the caliber and yes it is a 10-shot magazine for .410 shotshells.