Operation of the hammer

The Model 9410's Rebounding Hammer is a safety feature designed to protect the firing pin from being struck by the hammer when the trigger is not being pulled. After firing your shotgun the hammer immediately moves to the rebound position. From this position, under normal conditions, the hammer is prevented from moving forward and striking the firing pin. The rebound position and the manual hammer stop are intended to work together to provide protection against unintentional or accidental...

Always Wear Eye Protection When Removing And Installing The Magazines Threeshot Plug

If you misplace or break the adapter included with your Model 9410, contact our parts department Page 34 . Adapter Installation Model 9410 Traditional 1. Loosen and remove the magazine end cap retaining screw located on the underside of the forward end of the magazine tube Figure 22 . 2. Carefully remove the magazine end cap from the magazine. Remember, it is under spring load. 3. The spring will rise out of the magazine tube. 4. Place the three shot adapter inside the magazine spring coils...

Siqht Adjustments

Front Sight For Winchester 9410

All Model 9410 shotguns are fitted with open sights. The style and adjustment system may vary between models and grades. The proper procedure is to shoot a group or pattern with the sights set as they come from the factory intermediate position on both elevation and windage , and then make incremental adjustments to move the sight blade and blade holder to position the group on your target. The procedures below are for the type of open sights found on many current Model 9410 shotguns. BEFORE...

Assembly disassembly

Winchester 9410 Shotgun

Your Model 9410 comes fully assembled in the box. No assembly to the gun itself is required. No disassembly is required for normal maintenance. If your Model 9410 requires disassembly for any reason such as requiring extra cleaning after being dropped in water it should be performed by a competent gunsmith, by one of our Authorized Repair Centers, or by our service facility. Rifled slugs Foster-type in .410 bore can offer excellent accuracy when used in your new shotgun. Consequently, in some...

Ammunition

Winchester 9410

Your Winchester Model 9410 is designed to shoot modern factory shotgun shells only. It is chambered in .410 bore with a 2W chamber length. The gauge of your new Model 9410 is inscribed on the barrel near the receiver. Use only ammunition for which your Model 9410 is chambered as indicated on the barrel to prevent excessive pressure and possible serious injury. Please observe these important specifications and Factory .410 bore shotgun shells only. Chambered for 2 W shells only. Never attempt to...

In the Case of a Misfire

Winchester 9410 Lever Action

Only rarely will modern factory ammunition experience a misfire. If this ever happens to you when shooting your Model 9410 please follow these instructions carefully. CAUTION IN CASE OF MISFIRE, KEEP THE BARREL POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION, PLACE THE MANUAL HAMMER STOP IN THE ON POSITION AND CAREFULLY OPEN ACTION WHILE AVOIDING DIRECT EXPOSURE TO THE BREECH BY YOURSELF AND OTHERS. Carefully inspect the ejected shell. If the primer is indented, the shell should be disposed of in a manner that...

Your Shotgun Is Now Ready To Fire

Firmly shoulder your gun, take aim and when on target pull the trigger smoothly, without jerking. After firing, let the trigger return to the fully forward position. SPECIAL NOTE ON TRIGGER PULL When pulling the trigger an initial take-up section can be felt. This longer, initial pull is an added safety feature of your Model 9410. It serves to drop an internal hammer block that is positioned between the hammer and receiver. The hammer block prevents the hammer from striking the firing pin...

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Front Sight For Winchester Model 290

The ultra-strong breech block design has stood the test of time and is a main reason for the new Model 9410's slug shooting accuracy. The handling characteristics of the Model 9410 make it ideal for hunting small game in heavy brush or for use on varmints where there may be very little time to get off a shot at fast moving pests. Every Model 9410 comes with open sights. Most will feature a traditional drift-windage and elevation adjustable rear sight and ramp style front sight. Some feature...