I have a 10 gauge spencer shotgun for sale ($2000.00) . Great shape. They are very rare. Tom 210 218 2834
currently the 10 gauge
Four-Ten, 12 gauge, 16 gauge, and 10-gauge.
The Model 1878 was offered in 10 and 12 gauge from 1878 through 1889.
The gauge of a shotgun is directly related to the size of the barrell. In the cases of shotguns the sizes going from biggest to smallest for 'standard' (not all) shotguns is. 10 gauge, 12 gauge, 16, gauge, 20 gauge, and a .410 bore shotgun (410 is not a gauge but a caliber)
when was the carolina arms 16 gauge single barrel shotgun made
Yes, a "20 gauge" is just another word for the .410 shotgun.
10 gauge shotgun
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This is a shotgun with an internal barrel diameter (called the "bore) of approximately .410" which shoots a shell which is about .410" in diameter. It is the only shotgun shell size that uses this convention. A 12 gauge shotgun, for example, does not have a bore of "12". A 20 gauge shotgun has a smaller bore than a 12 gauge and a 10 gauge has a bigger bore than a 12. Gauge size is based on the number of lead balls of the bore diameter which are required to make a pound (16 ounces). 10 balls, 12 balls, or 20 balls.
100-10000 depending on EXACTLY what you have.
The Jana 10 Gauge Shotgun was manufactured in Belgium. It was imported into the United States by Jana International Company Importers of Sporting Arms. They are located in Denver, Colorado.
Your Winchester model 1887 lever action shotgun in 10 gauge will bring between 675-1,600 dollars based on it having between 10%-60% of its original finish remaining.The higher the finish percentage the higher the value.The 10 gauge shotgun began at serial number 22148.
Yes, they did. My Dad owned one and it was an automatic 12 gauge capable of 5 shotgun if the plug was removed.
browning 10 gaugeyes browning did make a 10 gauge single barrel.this gun was made in 1959,my dad use to Owen one. --- Absolutely Not ---The above poster is mistaken. Browning has never offered a single-shot 10ga shotgun. The slide-action BPS 10ga only has one barrel, but it is firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the rest of the name and other markings, including any patent dates? I have listings for 10 different manufacturers who used some form of this name.
Yes, if it is a 10 gauge shotgun.
It is difficult to find even 10 gauge shotgun ammo today. I have my doubts if 8 gauge shotgun ammo is even made any more, but corrections welcomed.
A 12 gauge shotgun is determined by the fact that 12 solid balls of lead will fit into the bore of the gun and thus these 12 solid balls of lead will equal a pound. Likewise, it takes 20 solid balls of lead fitting into the barrel of a 20 gauge shotgun to equal a pound. 10 solid balls of lead that equal a pound fitting in the bore of a shotgun would make that a 10 gauge, like wise a 16 gauge and a 28 gauge. There have been 8 gauge guns but an exception to all this is the 410 which is not a gauge but a caliber. The caliber of a 410 shotgun is .410 or there a bouts. Some research on your part will help you understand more if your desire but you can see that smaller balls make gauges with larger numbers and therefore, a larger number gauge like 20 will shoot shells that are smaller in diameter than those shot in a 12 gauge.
A 10 guage is more powerful with more kick and better range, a 12 guage is the standard issue hunting and war shotgun, it is better if you are not an experienced shooter, it also depends upon what you're doing with the gun
From 1882 to 1889 they manufactured the first successful slide action repeating shotgun. Designed by Christopher Spencer who also designed the Civil War era Spencer military carbines. The shotgun came in both solid and takedown models in both 12 and 10 gauge. The takedown is worth 20% premium. VG Good Fair Poor $950 400 200 125