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Need information on 28 gauge single barrel shotguns?

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2005-10-30 03:54:55
2005-10-30 03:54:55

That's a pretty tall order. Do you have a specific question? The bore diameter of a 28 gauge is .550 inches. A 2 3/4 inch 28 gauge is equivalent to a 3 inch 410. It is not really a popular hunting gun, but is used by many skeet shooters.

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