Ishapore No.1 MK.III Shotgun Model 410 Musket - Surplus Incomplete - FREE SHIPPING

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410 Bore
Bolt Action
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*These Rifles are sold as-is conditions may vary. Because these are Incomplete Rifles various parts will be missing. We are guarenteeing every rifle will have a Complete Bolt, a Reciever, and a Barrel. Other parts may not be included. Sold individually.

The Ishapore Shotgun Model 410 Musket, available in surplus condition but incomplete, offers a captivating glimpse into firearms history with its origins tied to British colonial India. Manufactured at the Ishapore Rifle Factory, this shotgun served as a staple firearm in the Indian military and police forces.

While it may be incomplete, owning a surplus Ishapore Model 410 Musket provides collectors and enthusiasts with a rare opportunity to acquire a relic of military heritage. Originally chambered in .410 bore, these shotguns were versatile weapons suitable for hunting, ceremonial use, and even combat scenarios.

Despite potentially missing components or displaying signs of wear, such as a lacking stock or minor damage, the Ishapore Model 410 Musket retains its historical significance and represents a tangible link to a bygone era. Whether for restoration projects, display in a collection, or historical research, it offers a fascinating addition to any firearms enthusiast's repertoire.

Whether you're a collector intrigued by military firearms or a history buff fascinated by British colonial arms, the Springfield Sporter Ishapore Shotgun Model 410 Musket in surplus condition, even when incomplete, stands as a tangible piece of firearms history to be cherished and preserved.


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  • 5
    No.1 Ishapore Shotgun

    Posted by Kevin Nebeker on May 7th 2024

    Pretty happy with this purchase! Dirty as heck, but everything there. Looks like it would be a good shooter but will be using it as a wall hanger.

  • 5
    no1 mk3 musket

    Posted by Randall Brooks on Apr 23rd 2024

    Very happy with this. Dirty but will clean up nice. Bolt handle was broken and upper rear handguard was missing.... other than that it was complete, everything else is salvageable, and the bore looks good.

  • 5
    Great Project

    Posted by IT-Gunner on Apr 20th 2024

    Received mine, a 1917 LSA, and thought at first all I'd have to replace was the buttstock, but the forend turned out to be rotted. The 3 barrel screws were rusted tight, so I had to mill those out. I had some severe pitting below the wood as mine didn't have the preservative like some. I filled in the worst pitting, got some new screws and wood and it looks great now! Very happy with what I got, met my expectations and was a great project to work on!

  • 5
    410 musket

    Posted by Ben Smith on Apr 14th 2024

    Great project bolt rifle. I can’t wait to produce shell's.

  • 5
    Not bad at all!

    Posted by Chris Restivo on Apr 8th 2024

    Alright so the butt stock was broken off I was going to be replacing it anyway the reason I am going to buy another is that the handguards where in good shape and all the small bits where there I was expecting to have to replace everything and what I got was beyond my expectation. Well worth it and should clean up nicely.

  • 5
    ,410 musket Enfield

    Posted by Roberto Morales on Apr 1st 2024

    I like the way these were built. No magazine well, solid walnut stock. Great project built. Was completely reblued and some small pitting removed. Bored is bright and shiny! Gonna be a great shooter with 1960 ammo acquired. Bargain price!!

  • 5

    Posted by Brasch on Mar 28th 2024

    Mine came with literally everything, I have a huge chunk missing out of my stock, and my stock is quite loose. They kindly included all my chunks. Has some rust. Rotten wood. This for me will never be a shooter. The bore is clearly not 30 cal. which is really cool. The amount of history per dollar is amazing here, no doubt a wall hanger for sure. A scribed name in the floor plate, and the unopened trap door in the stock is worth it alone. A full, real, wieldable MK.III for 100 bucks it's amazing that some people might actually get shooters at this price.

  • 4
    Ishapore 410 shotgun

    Posted by James on Mar 25th 2024

    Couldn't be happier!! Don't know if I just got lucky but mine was 100 percent complete minus rear hand guard. Bore was pristine and wood had zero cracks. Cleaned up beautiful!!!

  • 4
    Interesting piece of history

    Posted by Seth Kingfisher on Mar 17th 2024

    The rifle certainly arrived being very rusty and dirty however came with everything on mine. It was a 1918 Enfield that was converted to 410 musket in 1931. After removing some layers of rust and cleaning the very dirty bore it looks like it could possibly be a shooter with some work. Can't wait to complete this project and have a nice piece of history.