John Smither: on their website it doesn't say the real tamer will accept 45[ but if it
said on the barrel that's different] is it rifled? if it is then it is a
survivor, but a regular survivor stock doesn't have the side compartments
for 4 410 shells like the tamer[ which is not to shoot 45lc as I understand
from nef] a survivor has a back compartment that's screws off
tom fake: savage 2400 in 12/308
John Smither: you do realize a nef[ or h&r as we say down here] tamer is a smooth bore
410 that is not made to fire 45lc's, and a survivor is a rifled 410/45lc, i
noticed you gave it both names, but the tamer cant get a 12gauge barrel,
and the survivor will, its kinda confusing if someone watches this and
doesn't realize its 2 different firearms
r91976: Is this stainless steel?
bigdogbuc: In all seriousness, have you considered having the chamber reamed out to
fit the .460 Magnum? I'm thinking about picking one up and having it done.
That way, you can shoot the .460, .454 Casull, 45 Colt or, in a total pinch
the 45 Schofield.
RC monster: the gun is called the snake charmer from the 1980s and brand new it cost
100 dollars and the case was an extra 6 dollars
stripervince1: Lame. Single shot, gotta carry 2 different barrels. Get a tactical circuit
judge. 5 shots plus carries 5 in butt stock. I have one, the best survival
gun ever made. 45 long colt, 410 shoots 2and 3 in magnum shells, 31 inches
long and only weighs 5 lbs.
d.o. niskane: This firearm (with 12-ga barrel and hollow survival stock) firing 3"
00-buck is the most intense felt recoil I have ever experienced. And I
don't give a crap about recoil. I took lead weights and filled every bit
of the fore-end and stock with them. It brought the weight up over 9 lbs
but at least I could spend a day at the range with the little monster.
xXMethereaperXx: Reminds me of an old Survival .22lr i had. Everything disassembled into the
WaagooshTheRedFox: could always get a thread saver... its like a choke but it just fills the
threaded choke spot on the muzzle to prevent damage to them (the threads).
zimmy4661: I have one like it without the 12 ga. barrel. I added a trueglo front sight
(got one for a 20 ga. since the barrel larger than a regular .410 at the
front) and made a mark on the receiver to line up with and it is a lot
easier to aim when used as a rifle. As stated earlier, 45 Colt sucks in
this gun since so much power is lost as the gasses pass the bullet in the
long chamber, it makes a "foup sound" rather than a boom. I took some 444
Marlin cases and blew them out to become 45 extra long Colt.
TheYamahaist: That 12 ga. round was a slug
Mario .Alberto: can you shot 410 slugs though that? i cuz i rather just shoot a slug, if i
had to keep taking the choke out n putting it back in to shoot a 45lc.
BulletArc47: How does the .410 pattern? I imagine the choke is used to stabilize the
cheeselyman: do you have to use the choke for the 410
WaagooshTheRedFox: average 410 barrels are WAY too light for a 45LC, as in catastrophic
failure. of course this is all dependent on the shotgun, and the
thickness/strength of the barrel and bore.
The Ammo Channel: @ktktwix Parts diagram only lists the choke. I'll probably only use it as a
410 anyhow, the 12 gauge is brutal with this little guy. As for the 45
colt, it's a novelty... I have better options handy.
Robert Pittman: Where can you buy the survivor combo?
arcticcatprrace577: How much is the gun
TheMrbumpas: 45 colt is the correct name for the cartrige,"long colt" is a misnomer that
got started a while back. Saw a link to how the name got confused but don't
have it to share. part of the reason was .45 acp and .45 rim cartriges are
shorter,the 45 rim was made for revolvers that could shoot 45acp with a
"moon" clip and the rimmed version didn't need the clip
joshua klingensmith: where can i get a case like that? i sent away my 12 gauge and got the 410
colt 45 accessory barrel for it
James Huls: I have one and on the barrel it says 45 colt/410. I use 45 colt Cowboy
Loads(John Wayne) specials in your video you refer to a 45 colt long?????
im wandering if they are the same, what does yours say on the Barrel
GunFun ZS: They are usually marked tor 45 colt if safe for both .410 with thin barrels
or chokes are dangerous.
matt sheppard: Seems complicated
groov14: I want one NOW,lol,good vid
Dakota Kaczynski: Thats not NEF, its h&r now
James Huls: To anyone with a 410, if it doesnt say on the Barrel 45 colt DO NOT try it
IT MAY BLOW YOUR FACE OFF..
The Ammo Channel: I would be concerned about potential damage to the threads inside the
barrel without it.
chris lowe: i like it. was the ball park price on it?
nick dirom: how much kik
Garrus Vakarian: The pressure ratings are extremely pessimistic though. Ive seen on quiet
for a few occasions people firing things they should not.
No compliance: Question? Did you get that 12 guage barrel in nickel finish directly from
H&R? I saw their site and it says "Blue only unless otherwise specified".
7alphaman: I have the old solid black survivor 12ga and with a 3" Nitro Mag the recoil
is insane. Worse than a 10ga 3 1/2" single shot, .375 H&H single shot, .500
single shot along with being worse than anything else lol.
steven10236: where did you get the case?
WildAndLiving: yes if it's threaded but they do make a cylinder choke which is just a
thread protector so you can swap it out.
lfouse232: I had one of those but it wasnt a take down 45 iut of it wasnt good all it
has is a bead front site the rifling in barrel u cannot shoot slugs out of
it so i was done then i love 410 slugs but it couldnt shoot them didnt find
out till after i bought it it couldnt use them sold it good for rabbits and
other small game not much good for anything else
vpsaline: The 410 barrel is rifled? How does it pattern?
B Tuc: NO!
hugo barron: i have a regular 410 can i shoot a 45 cal ?
garbhead: does the 12 ga barrel have "survivor" on it? what choke is it
James Hennly: @mainejunker So you simply remove the choke to shoot the 45? I picked one
of these up used, and I know nothing about it.
swankHD: I've got a Rossi that's similar, but i have the .410, .22, and .243 barrels.
The Ammo Channel: I wouldn't suggest it. A regular 410 won't have a rifled barrel and the
bore could potentially be under or oversize as per 45LC spec. Also, a
standard 410 may not be rated for the pressures of 45LC. :(
Chase VandeLInde: i seen a gun that looks just like hat that shoot tranqs and does it shot
jsm666: I want one. It would be nice if they came with a .22LR or .22WMR option,
although I can imagine the designers figured anything you'd hunt with a .22
would be amply taken care of with the .410. The .45 colt may be a novelty,
as you said to someone else, but it would be neat to have it available if
something bigger came your way potentially bent on eating you. (Then again,
a 12 bore slug or heavy 000 load might be better still, IF you had enough
time to change barrels!!) Can it fire .410 solids?
Johnny Hanika: 7 lbs in bag 6 lbs assembled.
Six Wings: How much does that entire outfit weigh, if I might ask?
Tossdart: Im interested in this gun, could you pattern it in 410 at 30 yards with #7
shot, and make a vid? How many pellets would be in the killzone in a
standing grouse or a rabbit.
olskiz12: Nice compact gun