American Tactical MilSport AR 410 Shotgun
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American Tactical is adding another fun .410 bore option with the introduction of the new MilSport AR 410 shotgun. While their Omni Hybrid AR-15 410 shotgun is built around American Tactical’s Omni Hybrid polymer lower, the new MilSport AR 410 uses a standard American-made milspec aluminum AR-15 lower.

Here’s their press release . . .

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.

For more information on products from American Tactical, For press inquiries contact Monica Arnold at [email protected].

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About American Tactical:
American Tactical is both an American manufacturer and a world wide importer of firearms, ammunition and tactical equipment to the United States of America. Offering customers a broad range of shooting sports and defense products, they search the globe to bring the best quality and prices to buyers. In addition, they manufacture many products in the United States to offer American-made options in their vast product lineup.

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  1. If the Omni parts would swap to a normal Anderson stripped lower, one could save about $150 street price.

      • I was only thinking, “what in the world would I use this for?”

        .410 is a rather small bore, making it perfect for a higher mag capacity. Perhaps if it came with 15- or 20-rd mags, I’d consider it with a loadout of defensive buckshot. But a measly 5-rd mag? Nope.

        Otherwise, I think it’d be an interesting item.

        • Drum mag for high cap. Tbh, I want the Fostech origin but I don’t have that kinda money right now…

        • I agree. Why do the majority of articles in gun magazines and firearms publications today seem to dwell on tactical? What ever happened to simplicity, decency, innocence, practicality, etc? Oh I forgot, we no longer liver in a culture like this today in the 21st century vs. say the 1950’s and early 1960’s. My idea of the ideal .410 shotgun is the old fashioned traditional “break open” single barrel shotgun for the farm, homestead, plantation, trap line. Better yet the venerable Savage Model 24-D combination gun in
          .22 Long Rifle/.410 shotgun. I yearn for the simple honest days of yesterday when the local solid sensible citizen broke out the .300 Savage rifle: Model 99 lever action, and ventured into the woods to harvest fresh venison (deer) or elk for fresh meat. Or the same for the Alaskan or Canadian hunter (often the .303 British) who did likewise for moose or caribou. The historical 1892 vintage 7mm Mauser (7×57) chambered in a modern bolt action sporting rifle with 4x scope and carry sling, would be in the same camp. My point: this macho/tactical is getting repetitive, old, asinine, and ridiculous! As far as “self defense/house protection/concealed carry and general purpose handgun” use I’ll keep the K-Frame Smith and Wesson .38 Special/.357 Magnum thank you. I don’t need an arsenal or tactical to defend, protect, and secure the household, premises, while driving, while asleep in bed, or whatever. With a revolver it’s still “six shots for sure.”

      • Last time I checked .410 is double the price of 12 and 20. If squirrels are your thing there are some really nice air guns out there and the ammo is dirt cheap.

  2. What!? One more weapon to add to the “who’s stupid enough to buy this list?” I like a .410 bore shotgun. First game animal I took was with one. But an AR .410? Dumb made even dumber.

    • Maybe as a youth shotgun, AR type controls and feel? don’t know what I would use it for..

      but it better run like a Bennelli if the manufacturers wants that price for a 410.

      • …run like a Bennelli.

        Like the extended shotgun scene in the hotel in John Wick 3. Imagine if this think came with 20-rd mags loaded with buckshot and you had a couple extras on your belt.

        • Haz, I’ve had respect for your opinions. John Wick is a movie. It’s bullshit. A belt full of extra mags of .410 buckshot loads? Three pellets per shell. Pass for reasons too numerous to list. This weapon is just plain stupid, but people will buy it.

        • I agree with you, Gads, mostly. I’d rather stick with my 12-ga shottie or AR-15, but as a “fun gun”, I could see this having a niche. Like maybe for my wife who’s rather short and can’t handle a 12-ga and isn’t fond of ARs. But give her this? A semi-auto small bore shottie in an AR platform with a 15-shell mag? Yeah, I think she’d like it. And I certainly wouldn’t want to be hit with defensive 00 buck shells, even if they’re only 3 pellets. That’s still more mass than a 9mm bullet coming at you.

        • BTW, The John Wick movies are purely testosterone popcorn flicks. Of course we don’t have an underground world full of assassins on every corner and “Continental” style hotels.

          But I like the stylism It’s something new, instead of the usual recycled junk.

        • I Haz A Question said: “Of course we don’t have an underground world full of assassins on every corner and “Continental” style hotels.”

          So, I haz a question: Are you absolutely sure?😊

        • @Gads,

          So do you support .22LR/WMR guns? What is the caliber cutoff for you, since you seem to like only the powerful ones. Not being facetious; I’m genuinely asking (cuz I haz the question).


          Sometimes I walk through my office and pretend (in my mind) that I’m part of a secret guild, and all my coworkers are noobs who have no clue what’s going on in the world around them. Helps me get through the boring parts of my word day. 🙂

        • Haz, don’t know if you’ll see this. Slow in replying. Gave my daughter a vintage mint Colt Detective Special when she moved out on her on to Jacksonville. Not a nice town. It’s loaded with Federal FBI loads. She can ring a Pepper Popper like a bell with it. I have lots of rim firearms, and I will shoot you with one, but not my first choice. .38 Spl is about as low as I go.

  3. I see a bunch of opinions about how this is a garbage product flying around. Let’s do some comparing.

    115gr 9mm – 350ish ft/s

    5x70gr 000 Buck – 775ft/s (Typically from a Judge)

    Now add in the fact that you have shot spread for increased hit probability and a wider damage track with 12-18 inches of penetration through soft targets, decreased risk of over penetration, 20 round mag, what I can only assume is very manageable recoil, with fast and ergonomic follow up shots. I’d have a hard time accepting that this isn’t eligible for home-defense / small game / shtf duty. Can your AR-15 hunt quail?

    I’m also willing to bet that if you handed this to Mr. Reeves he could double tap 5 targets in 7 seconds or less in CQB.

    Come at me bro.

    • Um, Montana,

      Typical ball 115g 9mm has a muzzle velocity (out of a standard 4.25″ barrel) of about 1100 ft/s, not only 350, which is down in the range of a BB gun. +P 9mm gets up to 1250, and shooting +P in a carbine length barrel (such as an AR-9) can approach 1350.

      Don’t know where you get 350 from.

    • This thing won’t take 3″ shells, only 2.5″ so you’re limited to 3 pellets of #000 instead of 5.

  4. I want one! I would totally use this to go after some tree chicken.
    A quick question. Are there 22LR uppers that work with a standard AR15 lower? I know you would need special magazines but I wasn’t sure if the standard FCG and buffer tube would be compatible.

  5. As a gun novice, I’m thankful for all the comments – funny and serious ones. But I like the idea of this gun for home defense.

    * It can be safely stored without ammo, yet very quickly loaded (and reloaded) with 5 stinging shots.

    * It’s lightweight, and less recoil, meaning I can probably shoot straighter with multiple shots. Plus my wife would consider shooting it.

    * It won’t destroy 3 or 4 of my sheetrock walls if I have to shoot it inside, which also means my kids are safer.

    * While a .410 can kill, it will probably more hurt/scare an intruder away, which is my preference. (I know – shoot to stop)

    So, what am I missing?

    And why have I seen little about this gun since it’s announcement?

    Thanks in advance for your comments – funny or serious.

  6. I have one, its very fun, no brainer for home defense if needed. It will hurt real bad if I shoot you in the face at close range. It has interchangeable uppers in 556/223/300AAC, which i also have (223). Everyone has their opinions, this is mine…

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