Which is stroger between a 12 gauge and a 20 gauge?
12 gauge shotgun
12 has a bigger bore.
The size of the bore.
The 12 gage has a bigger barrel then a youth 20 gage shotgun.
Size of bore, size of ammuntion
12 Gauge is thicker then the 20 gauge.
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)
The gauge of a shotgun is the way the size of the bore is measured. In this case, gauge is the number of balls of lead of that diameter that would equal one pound of lead. So, a 12 gauge would take a ball that weighs 1/12th of a pound and a 20 gauge would take a ball that weighs 1/20th of a pound. In other words, a 12 gauge is a larger shell than… Read More
Is the stock on a 16 gauge Winchester Model 12 the same size as the stock on a 20 gauge so that they can be interchanged?
Yes the stock on a Winchester Model 12 16 gauge is the same as a 20 gauge. 16 gauge,20 gauge, and 28 gauge are all the same for the Winchester Model 12. Thanks, Tim
These shotguns came in 20, 28, 16, And 12 gauge calibers
20 amps for 12 gauge wire
a 20 gauge is a type of many shotguns but it is smaller than a 12 gauge but bigger that a 410. a 20 gauge is a good shotgun for all ages.
It was made between 1921-1922
NO!!! A 12 gauge shotgun takes only 12 gauge shells. A 20 gauge shell would fall into the barrel and get stuck about half way to the muzzle. You would be in for a nasty surprise when you put a 12 gauge shell behind it and pulled the trigger!!!
Yes there are both 12 and 20 gauge and maybe even 16, but I do have both 12 and 20 gauge.
Yes. #12 is good for 20 amp or less
12 gauge wire is rated for up to 20 amps. Typically you could go by this 14 gauge = 15amps 12 gauge = 20amps 10 gauge = 30 amps 8 gauge = 40 amps
Yes, a 20 amp circuit requires a number 12 gauge wire.
A JC Higgins model 20 12 gauge shotgun is worth between $200 and $300 depending on its overall condition. Many of these shotguns were sold over its production run which reduces its overall value.
what is a. jc Higgins pump shot gun. model 20-12 gauge worth??
18 gauge is thicker than 20 gauge. 18 gauge is 1.27 mm thick while 20 gauge is .953 mm thick.
The metal of the 17 gauge waste drain is thicker than the 20 gauge.
A SxS in useable but not like-new condition will bring between $100 and $250. A 20 gauge or .410 will be in the mid to upper part of that range and a 12 or 16 gauge in the lower to middle part.
The 20-gauge shell will fall into the barrel and lodge. When a properly fitting 12-gauge shell is chambered and fired, it will blow up the barrel and you will have a very bad day.
In order of biggest to smallest - 8, 10, 12, 20 bore, then .410 as the smallest. The 410 is .410 inches. Do not know the mathematical relationship between gauge and barrel diameter. <><><> The relationship is INVERSE- the smaller the number, the bigger the bore. The gauge of a gun barrel is the number of lead balls that fit the barrel that weigh 1 pound. So 12 lead balls that fit a 12 g… Read More
What is the vaule of a fox by savage arms model b 12 gauge side by side worth with imprint 17d by trigger guard?
A Fox model B shotgun in 12 gauge with between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining and a good set of bores will bring between 200-295 dollars.A 16 gauge shotgun will bring between the same amount,and a 20 gauge will bring between 335-450 dollars.
No, you can not shoot anything but 12 gauge shotgun shells through a 12 gauge shotgun. Never use any ammunition other than what the firearm was designed for.
If your shotgun has good wood and blueing,then the Winchester model 12 shotgun will bring between 275-450 dollars on today,s market.The gauge of the shotgun helps also with the 12 gauge being the most prevalant,and the 16 gauge and 20 gauge being produced a lot less,hence more value.
For your typical residential application American Wire Gauge 12, or 12 AWG is rated for 20 amps.
100-300 or so Depending on condition, above $500. The 20 gauge shotguns are rarer and worth more than the 12 gauge. 2/3/12
A 12 gauge shotgun is determined by the fact that 12 solid balls of lead will fit into the bore of the gun and thus these 12 solid balls of lead will equal a pound. Likewise, it takes 20 solid balls of lead fitting into the barrel of a 20 gauge shotgun to equal a pound. 10 solid balls of lead that equal a pound fitting in the bore of a shotgun would make that… Read More
I have a model 167 series E and it is a 12 gauge up to 3" magnum
12 American Wire Gauge (AWG). 12 AWG.
No. And it is 12 gauge, not 0.12
The number or gauge designates the size of the bore. 10, 12, 16, 20, and .410 gauge are the most common.
With the serial number that you have given,your Winchester model 1912 pump action shotgun was made in the year 1961.If it is in 12 gauge then the shotgun has a value of between 250-325 dollars for a specimen showing between 60%-80% of its original finish,if in 16 gauge then 275-375 dollars,if in 20 gauge then between 450-575 dollars.
Think of a lead ball which is the diameter of the inside of the barrel of the shotgun. The gauge of the shotgun is the number of balls that size to make up one pound. 12 balls - 12 gauge 20 balls - 20 gauge 28 balls - 28 gauge Exception - .410 bore is the actual bore diameter
With the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model 12 pump action shotgun in 20 gauge was made in the year 1930.
12, 16, 20, 28 gauge and .410 bore. The 28 gauge is most rare, worth three to five times the value of the 12 gauge
12 gauge wire is required to be protected with a 20 amp max breaker. 10 gauge is required for a 30 amp breaker.
Yes I have a 243 ,12 gauge ,20 gauge and a 22 and I'm only 11
yes use 12 gauge for 20 amp or 15 amp outlets if you want to save money you should use 14 gauge for lights but never put 14 gauge wire in a 20 amp circuit.
Either one will be fine. A 20 gauge is generally lighter in weight and will be less tiring to carry.