You will need to provide the number and letter that proceeds the serial number to your shotgun to have the date of manufacture answered.
To my Knowledge Browning or for that matter any gunmaker has never made a 16 gauge shotgun with a 4in.chamber.In order to get the answer that you seek,you will need to include the model of Browning shotgun in question along with the serial number(to date the year of manufacture) and the overall condition of your shotgun.
5 inch gauge is garden railway but 3.5 inch gauge is the smallest elevated gauge for a railway http://www.rideonrailways.co.uk/
It was made in 1970
Starting in 1921, Remington rifles are dated by a 2 or 3 LETTER code stamped on the left side of the barrel, about a half inch from the receiver. Not by the serial number. Search for Remington Collector's Association Date Codes, and you will find the table to decipher the letters for month and year of manufacture. They are small- a magnifier and bright light will help
There are a wide variety of companies that manufacture 26 inch LCD televisions. Magnavox, Vizio, Sharp, and Samsung, for example, each manufacture this product.
.040 is 18 Gauge
Both 31 and 32 gauge are close:31 gauge = 0.0105"32 gauge = 0.0097"
i have a champion 12 gauge by iver johnson with a 36 inch barrel
Between 6 and 7 gauge. 6 is thicker at .194 inch. 7 is thinner at .179 inch.
1/2 inch is 12.7mm
There is a Noble 12 gauge-2 3/4 inch, 28 inch barrel for $650.00 TR
Some companies that manufacture 50 inch LCD TVs include Sharp, Samsung, Sanyo and LG. These 50 inch televisions are now available in the LED versions.
6V1883 would date to 1966. The gun would have a 3 inch(75mm) chamber.
@1983. Call S&W and they will tell you when it left the factory.
1 inch and 1/16
Shotgun gauges are determined by the number of lead balls of a given diameter required to make one pound of that size ball. Thus 10 balls of 10 gauge diameter are required to make one pound of such balls, or 20 balls of 20 gauge diameter are required to make one pound, and so forth. This is the traditional, and very old, system. The actual (nominal) bore diameters of the various gauges are as follows: 10 gauge = .775 inch, 12 gauge = .729 inch, 16 gauge = .662 inch, 20 gauge = .615 inch, 28 gauge = .550 inch. The .410 is named for its nominal bore size, and is not a gauge at all.
Standard steel thickness 0.0179 of an inch. Galvanised steel is 0.0217 of an inch and aluminium 0.0159 of an inch
Gauge in floor tile is the thickness in thousandths of an inch. .080 is simply 8 one hundredths of an inch or about 1/12th of an inch thick .125 is 1/8" of an inch so it is 1/8" thick.
This is a Reminton 32 inch Magnum full choke 12 gauge shotgun. Circa 1950's