The 12 gage has a bigger barrel then a youth 20 gage shotgun.
Size of the bore.
Size of the bore. 12 gauge is bigger.
Size of bore, size of ammuntion
Caliber is the size designation for rifle and handgun bullets. Guage is the size designation for shotgun rounds.
Yes, a "20 gauge" is just another word for the .410 shotgun.
20 gauge is larger
A 16 gauge shotgun is typically worth between $200 and $500 depending on the model. The condition of the shotgun also plays a large part in its actual value.
The difference between screw gauge and spherometer is that spherometer can measure the dimensions of spherical surfaces but screw gauge cannot
The size of the bore.
The value of a Mossberg Model 500e 410 gauge shotgun overages between $200 and 300. The actual value of the shotgun is largely determined by its overall condition.
Yes. The Mossberg 500A1 is a .12 gauge shotgun.
If your shotgun has good wood and blueing,then the Winchester model 12 shotgun will bring between 275-450 dollars on today,s market.The gauge of the shotgun helps also with the 12 gauge being the most prevalant,and the 16 gauge and 20 gauge being produced a lot less,hence more value.