I just bought a Bond Arms Derringer; it fires 45 Colt and .410 shells. My question as I am not knowledgeable on Shot Shells is; it says .410 (rifled) and I do not understand the difference in shells. The pistol is rifled but what should I look for in shell s, I do not want to damage the pistol or create an unsafe condition. Any Help
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