Miniature .410 Shotgun T/B X-draw holster

Miniature .410 Shotgun T/B X-draw holster

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    Miniature .410 Shotgun T/B X-draw holster

    Attached photos are of a Miniature .410 Shotgun, first one I have seen, unique and kinda neat. Any members familiar with this type or similar?
    Owner carries it for Florida snakes, etc. I recently made this crossdraw holster and ammo case for local customer.

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    Makes me think of the .45/.410 Bond Arms Derringer. Certainly handy to have on board.

    Nice leatherwork
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    I Bet...

    that little sucker can kick...

    Stay safe...stay away from those snakes...

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    The above dbl. bbl can be had in several configs. Single bbl included.

    I see these offered at gun shows quite regular.

    They seem kinda cheaply made and fitted. Cost is not much. IIRC right around $120.

    Being chambered in 3",.410,it would be good for the intended distances. I would say 8-10 yds. max. Nothing bigger than soft skinned snakes unless using the buckshot loads. Even then........?....well. -------
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