You will get alot of miraculous answers for this question. I will give you the COMPLETE list of gauge sizes.
It all starts with a .410. However, this is not technically a gauge. .410 is a shotgun is the only shotgun measured in caliber.
32 Gauge - Rare
24 Gauge - Rare
20 Gauge - Common
18 Gauge - Very Rare
16 Gauge - Rare
14 Gauge - Very Rare
12 Gauge - Extreemly common
11 Gauge - Very Rare
10 Gauge - Extreemly common
8 Gauge - Rare
6 Gauge - Most rare (Russian lol)
Hint: If you ever see a Russian assassin with a 6 gauge, just give him your money lol
The same reason rifles come in different sizes. Smaller gauges generally have less recoil, throw a smaller pattern, and some people just prefer different sizes.
guage refers to the size of the shell any particular shotgun will fire.
there are 4 common types of shotgun gauges 4/10, 10, 12, and 20, there are 10 in all. 4, 8, 10, 4/10, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, all thoe some are so uncomin that you wont find them any wear................There is also the ultra awesome 2 gauge
Auto Meter manufactures many different kinds of gauges. Mostly they specialize in different styles of tachometers, the meters that measure speed on the dashboard of a car. They manufacture other gauges such as oil and engine temperature gauges and gauges specifically made for boats.
They were a brand of Crescent Firearms. They probably came in 12, 16, 20 and .410. It is possible but unlikely they came in 10 and 28 gauges. It is exceptionally unlikely but possible they came in 32 gauge. They seem to be running around $300 in 2012.
Conventional shotguns run from 10 gauge (very big) to a .410 (smallest). The most common are 12 and 20 gauges, a little less common are the 16 gauge and .410 (.410 = 67 gauge). Some of the less common gauges are 32, 28, 24, and 10 gauge. There are also monster 'punt' guns usually 6 or 8 gauge mounted to a boat. The smaller the gauge number, the bigger the gun.
The distance between the two tracks. There are many different gauges around the world.
Rifles, shotguns, and revolvers, made by many different companies.
A bore gauge is a tool used to measure the sizes of various holes. There are no different kinds of bore gauges, but bore gauges do come in a few different sizes.
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