No. A 12 gage shotgun shoots a larger charge than a 16 gage. Shotgun sizes were designated according to the number of steel balls that could be dropped into the barrel that would weigh a pound. 12 steel balls weighing one pound would be dropped into a 12 gage shotgun. Thus it is a larger size than a 16 gage. (Do not waste your money on a 16 gage shotgun, at least in the United States. You will have difficulty finding shells. You should get a 12 gage or a 20 gage.)
20 of anything is generally larger than 1 of them.
When it comes to the measurement gauge, the smaller the number the thicker or heavier the material.For instance:10 gauge steel is thicker than 18 gauge steel.A 5 gauge needle is much larger than a 10 gauge needle.A 12 gauge shotgun is larger than a 20 gauge.
It is a shotgun with 20 gauges.
There are an infinite number of multiples of 20 that are larger than 20: any whole number larger than 1, such as 2...all the way to infinity: thus 2 x 20 = 40,3 x 20 = 60,4 x 20 = 80...infinity.
There is no "30 guage" firearm. The term Gauge is used to denote the diameter of a shotgun barrel- the smaller the number, the larger the barrel. Rifles and handguns are denoted in calibers- caliber being one inch, and expressed as decimal fractions in 1/100th of an inch. If you are trying to compare a 20 gauge shotgun to a .30 caliber rifle, the 20 guage is about .690 caliber, versus .308 caliber for the rifle. Shotgun is much gigger in this case. But if there were a 30 gauge, the 20 gauge would be larger.
20 is greater than 0.8
20 centimeters is 10 times larger than 20 millimeters (there are 10 millimeters per centimeter).
No less than 500
20 of anything is larger than 5 of the same thing.
1 kg = 1000 g20000 kg is considerably larger than 20 g (1,000,000 times larger).