GForce Arms 410 Bore Lever Action Shotgun

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GForce Arms 410 Bore Lever Action Shotgun (1)

GForce Arms is a company located in Reno, Nevada and they are apparently an importer of firearms made by a number of Turkish firearm manufacturers. The latest addition to their catalog is the GFLVR410 – a 410 bore lever action shotgun. As seen in the owner’s manual of this shotgun, the manufacturer is a Turkish company called Faissi.

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The GForce Arms GFLVR410 looks to have a Winchester Model 1894 style action. It features an aluminum receiver that will initially come in Black or Nickel Cerakote color options with OD Green, FDE and Tactical Grey to be added later. The furniture is made of Turkish walnut. This shotgun is chambered for 2-1/2″ 410 bore shells. It is available in 20″ and 24″ barrel length options with full-length magazine tubes resulting in a magazine capacity of seven and nine rounds respectively. The barrels are not threaded and have fixed Modified chokes. The sights are an open rear sight and a HiViz front sight. There are no optics mounting options. Depending on the barrel length, the overall length is 38.25″ or 42.5″ and the overall weight is 5.8 lbs or 6 lbs. As of writing this article, no MSRP is quoted by the company.

GForce Arms 410 Bore Lever Action Shotgun (1)

To learn more about GForce Arms GFLVR410 410 bore lever action shotguns, watch the below-embedded introduction and disassembly/reassembly videos.

For those of you who are in the market for a 410 bore lever action shotgun, let us know in the comments section what do you think about GForce Arms GFLVR410. What price point do you think would make it competitive in the US market? I think if the price is significantly lower (which is not unheard of when it comes to Turkish shotguns) than top-grade 410 bore lever action shotguns like those made by Henry or Marlin, then GForce Arms should sell a ton of these.

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