.410 bore

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.410 bore
.410 bore (Slug).jpg
Slug shell
Game information
All information listed assumes Standard ammo (Reg/SP)
Category (S)hotgun caliber
Recoil level 2
Cost per round See page
Weight per round (units) 0.02
Quantity (retail box/bulk can) 25 / 500
Damage tables
Varies depending on projectile type
See page for details
Handloading information
Primer type Shotshell
Powder type Pistol powder
Wad type .410 bore wad
Projectile type Varies, see page
Cost per case Parallar symbol.png 0.95
Standard load (SP) 280 pwdr
Cold load (-P) 257 pwdr
Hot load (+P) 314 pwdr
Super load (+P+) N/A pwdr
Real world information
See page for details

.410 bore is a type of ammunition for firearms. It is classified as a (S)hotgun caliber.

.410 bore is pronounced four-ten bore.

.410 bore is the smallest of the shotgun shell sizes available in the Mazes. Although long (3 inch/76mm), their restrictive diameter only allows for a limited quantity of powder and projectiles. On the other hand, these shells are small, lightweight, low-recoiling, and of sufficiently small diameter to fit in certain handguns (certain .45 Colt and .454 Casull firearms). For all of these reasons, .410 bore is often considered the entry-level of shotgun calibers in the Mazes, selected by the younger and the less-experienced.

Some projectile types are not available in .410 bore (namely, FRAG-12 and coin shot) as they simply would not fit.

This caliber may also simply be called .410. On occasion, it may be colloquially referred to as .410 gauge, however that's a technically incorrect designation.

Damage tables


The table below assumes Plated buckshot (P-Buck). Pain and Limb Damage listed are per projectile; multiply by the amount of projectiles that hit.

Damage type Projectiles LDV Pain (C1) Pain (C2) Pain (A1) Pain (A2) Pain (A3) Pain (A4) Pain (A5)
Bullet 5 +0 15% 13% 12% 9% 7% 4% 1%


The table below assumes Full metal jacketed slug (F-Slug).

Damage type LDV Pain (C1) Pain (C2) Pain (A1) Pain (A2) Pain (A3) Pain (A4) Pain (A5)
Bullet +3 52% 47% 42% 34% 26% 13% 4%

Exotic projectiles


Shooting this ammunition type applies a FT -1 effect.

Pain and Limb Damage listed are per projectile; multiply by the amount of projectiles that hit.

Damage type Projectiles LDV Pain (C1) Pain (C2) Pain (A1) Pain (A2) Pain (A3) Pain (A4) Pain (A5)
Bullet 10 +1 12% 11% 9% 8% 6% 3% 1%

Handloading information

Load the listed projectiles in order to obtain the corresponding shell type:

Projectile Qty Shell type
Buckshot shells
00 buckshot, copper-plated 5 P-Buck shell
00 buckshot, lead 5 Buck shell
00 buckshot, rubber 5 R-Buck shell
Slug shells
.410 bore slug, FMJ 1 F-Slug shell
.410 bore slug, lead 1 Slug shell
.410 bore slug, rubber baton 1 R-Slug shell
.410 bore slug, lead/incendiary 1 I-Slug shell
.410 bore slug, AP 1 AP-Slug shell
Exotic shells
Flechette, 1 inch 10 Flech shell


Base weapons

There are 12 base weapons chambered in this caliber.

Class 1 weapons:

Class 2 weapons:

Class 3 weapons:

Barrel length groups

The reference barrel length belongs to the group listed in italics.

Group name Barrel length range Damage multiplier
Super-short Up to 10" 0.65x
Short 10.1" - 15.9" 0.85x
Combat 16" - 23.9" 1.0x
Hunting 24" and up 1.1x

Retail information

.410 bore ammunition can be purchased in gun shops and weapon shops in boxes of 10 rounds or bulk cans of 200 rounds.

The following brands and projectile types are available in retail:

Brand name Composition Available projectile types
Standard Reg/SP P-Buck (Parallar symbol.png4.00)
Buck (Parallar symbol.png3.00)
R-Buck (Parallar symbol.png2.00)
Slug (Parallar symbol.png3.00)
R-Slug (Parallar symbol.png2.00)
I-Slug (Parallar symbol.png6.00)
Flech (Parallar symbol.png7.00)
Tactical Reg/-P P-Buck (Parallar symbol.png3.60)
Buck (Parallar symbol.png2.70)
Slug (Parallar symbol.png2.70)
Magnum Reg/+P P-Buck (Parallar symbol.png4.40)
Buck (Parallar symbol.png3.30)
Slug (Parallar symbol.png3.30)
Flech (Parallar symbol.png7.70)

The values listed in parentheses correspond to the value of a single shell of the corresponding brand and projectile type. They are included on this table as a convenience, in order to tell at a glance the cost of a given brand and projectile combination.

Maze Customs

Availability of .410 bore as a Customs family chambering:
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Real life information

Real-life origins:

  • Country of origin: United Kingdom.png United Kingdom
  • Year of origin: 1874

Ballistics data for .410 bore buckshot:

  • Projectile dimensions: 00 buckshot (0.330" spherical pellet), 53 grains (x5)
  • Muzzle velocity: 367 m/s (1203 ft/s)
  • Muzzle energy per projectile: 231 Joule (170 ft-lbf)

Ballistics data for .410 bore slug:

  • Projectile dimensions: 0.410", 109 grains (~1/4 oz slug)
  • Muzzle velocity: 549 m/s (1802 ft/s)
  • Muzzle energy: 1066 Joule (786 ft-lbf)

Ballistics data for .410 bore flechette:

  • Projectile dimensions: 1-inch steel penetrator flechette, 10 grains (x10)
  • Muzzle velocity: 424 m/s (1392 ft/s)
  • Muzzle energy per projectile: 58 Joule (43 ft-lbf)