410 ammo, what would you do?

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Buck98

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I'll buy them if you don't want to keep them. Between my daughter and myself we've shot thousands of Mirage in every gauge but 28.
Fired 3 shells out of the old Iver Johnson this morning, now it’s punching holes in the primers.
 

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I was looking at the “lot” numbers. I bought 8 boxes- 4 have 1 number the other 4 have a different number, I’ll try some from the other “ lot”# tomorrow.
I was googling earlier and found a forum where a guy had a .410 Perazzi O/U and it would pierce all Mirage .410 shells while his Browning wouldn't. Curious to see what the other lots do.
 

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Fired some shells today and they are still punching holes in the primers. Wouldn’t think that the old Iver Johnson’s hammer would hit the firing pin that hard, wondering now if maybe it’s poorly designed ammunition with inferior material’s. I think I’ll just continue onward until something comes apart or I lose a digit.

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Thanks for everyone’s input.
 

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