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2014-11-20 05:58:18
2014-11-20 05:58:18

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.


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I have a 10 gauge spencer shotgun for sale ($2000.00) . Great shape. They are very rare. Tom 210 218 2834

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)

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Yes, a "20 gauge" is just another word for the .410 shotgun.

100-10000 depending on EXACTLY what you have.

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, 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 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

Sounds odd...what exactly is your question? shotgun receivers can be attached to different sized barrels. It is also possible to lower the gauge shell that a gun can handle by having a large gauge barrel fitted with pipes that lower its gauge.

10-1000 USD depending on specifics

10-100000 USD depending on specifics

the 10 is alot stronger and has more ranger but 12 is better for hunting.unless your hunting very big game

There are a few places where one can obtain information on a Hugh Hastings 10 gauge shotgun. Information on this gun can be found through gun value books or through local gun dealers.

Check the internal diameter of the barrel (disregarding the choke diameter). A 10 gauge is 0.78" (19.7 mm) A 12 gauge is 0.73" (18.5 mm)

Occasionally there will be a 10 Gauge shotgun for sale in your local sporting goods shop -if you don't see one, ask the clerk for a catalog- or possibly a pawn shop. If you are lucky, you may find an ol' double-barreled 10-Gauge, but some of them have "Damascus twist" barrels and can't handle modern loads.

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.

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