12 gauge Springfield Arms 1916
Yes, 20 gauge is the second most common gauge for shotguns in the last few decades.
Springfield manufacture by U.StevensCompany G.A.P.T doubvle barrel dual trigger Chicopee Falls, Mass. USA Proof tested 410 gauge selected forged steel
about 100-150 dollars..more or less
Springfield Arms shotguns were manufactured by the Stevens division of Savage Arms from 1920 to 1948.
Palmetto was a trade name used by Edward K Tryon of Philadelphia on lower grade revolvers and shotguns sold thru hardware stores, c.1880 - 1914.
Ithaca made 10 gauge shotguns.
I can say that Browning started having shotguns made in 16 gauge in the year 1909.Winchester started having the model 12 shotguns made in 16 gauge in the year 1914.so I would surmise that the time frame of 1909-1915 would be the correct time frame for the introduction of the 16 gauge shotguns.
the year this gun was made was 1913. the ds grade is worth $250.00 poor to $1250.00 exe
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)
12 has a bigger bore.
Manufactured between 1886 and 1916. Retail value $50-$75 unless in like-new condition.
Shotguns are described by gauge, not caliber. It should be marked on the barrels as to which is the correct ammuntion and gauge. Shotguns are described by gauge, not caliber. It should be marked on the barrels as to which is the correct ammuntion and gauge.
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The lower the gauge the heavier, sheet metal, wire & shotguns...
Remington for one.
Yes, they were made.
the store brand and gauge for starters.
The military does not mount 8 guage shotguns on boats. Sometimes shotguns are CARRIED aboard boats, but those are 12 gauge. Afraid you have been given some bad information.
Rifles are referred to by caliber. Shotguns are referred to by gauge.
One might recognize the two names Browning and Remington. They still make 16 gauge shotguns, as do a few other manufacturers.