Nevada's GForce Arms has continued to grow its .410 lever-action shotgun line with a new offering that comes standard with a skeletonized stock and lots of M-LOK and Picatinny.

The company announced its GFLVR410 series back in March and we are just stoked that they have now upgraded the name on these new models from the bland alphabet soup to the Huckleberry. After all, this is the same group behind the Pumpernickle and Filthy Pheasant shotgun lines. 
 

The GForce Arms Huckleberry
The GForce Arms Huckleberry has an 8-shell holder in the skeletonized stock, an over-sized lever loop, an M-LOK handguard with Picatinny rails, and a 7+1 or 9+1 capacity depending on barrel length. (Photo: GForce)


Turkish-made with aluminum receivers, the Huckleberry and its GForce .410 brethren use a 2.75-inch chamber only so no 3-inch shells with these lever guns. Available with either a 20-inch or 24-inch barrel with corresponding 7+1 or 9+1 magazine tubes, the Huckleberry runs QD sling mounts and a forend that comes equipped with numerous Magpul M-LOK compatible accessory slots as well as top and bottom Pic rails. For those who don't want optics, it comes from the factory with a HIVIZ front sight and rear open sight. The choke system includes Full, Mod and Cyl tubes. 
 

The GForce Arms Huckleberry
GForce Arms plans to offer the Huckleberry in a bunch of different finishes. (Photo: GForce)


The MSRP on the GForce Arms Huckleberry isn't currently available.

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