American Tactical Introduces MilSport 410 Shotgun

    MilSport 410

    MilSport 410 (American Tactical Inc)

    American Tactical Inc., of Summerville, SC, have announced the launch of a new AR-based .410 shotgun. The MilSport AR 410 has an 18.5-inch barrel and a 13-inch custom Keymod rail with a full length 12 o’clock Picatinny rail. The MilSport AR 410 can feed from 5 or 15 round box magazines.

    Here’s American Tactical Inc.’s press release in full:

    American Tactical, US manufacturer and world-wide importer of firearms, ammunition and tactical equipment, is proud to introduce the new MilSport AR 410 Shotgun.

    This fall, the .410 bore lineup will be growing with the addition of the MilSport .410 from American Tactical. Built on American Tactical’s USA-made mil-spec AR15 aluminum lower, the MilSport AR 410 also features a forged aluminum upper receiver. It’s 13″ custom Keymod rail offers hand protection and comes optics ready. It has an upgraded Rogers Super-Stoc that is adjustable to six positions. The 18.5″ barrel is made of 4140 steel with a stainless look and has m16x1 threading. It includes metal front and rear flip up sights. All parts are assembled and manufactured in the United States.

    The MilSport AR 410 (ATIG15MS410) from American Tactical is the perfect choice for hunting, plinking or hobby shooting. With premium features at an affordable price point, this shotgun is a great addition to your collection or an ideal option for young or beginner shooters. MSRP is $719.95 and a patented 5-round magazine is included with the shotgun purchase. Like the Omni Hybrid version, the MilSport’s upper receiver and 5-round magazines are compatible with other Mil-Spec AR-15 lowers.

    After market Choke tubes and wrench are available from American Tactical and can be found at In addition, compatible 15-round magazines with included speed loader are available for purchase here.

    The MilSport 410 has an MSRP of $719.95. Find out more about the new shotgun over on American Tactical Inc.’s site, here.

    So what do you think, have you been hankering for a 410 AR? Let us know in the comments!

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