Shotgun shells are generally measured by "gauge", though in Britain and some
other locations outside the United States the term "bore" is ...
Nov 20, 2014 ... There are many different shotgun bore sizes or “gauges” (much like rifle and
pistol caliber size), and gauges of differing shell length, and all can ...
The length of the shell is another very important number. Not all lengths will feed
in all shotguns. The common lengths are 2-3/4 inches, 3 inches, and 3-1/2 ...
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Dec 26, 2013 ... Ever wondered exactly what is inside of shotgun shells? Here we ... American
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Nov 15, 2011 ... explaining the differences in shot sizes and shell sizes and there applications.
Not only does the shot number refer to the average pellet count, it stipulates the
approximate size of each pellet. The bigger the shotshell number the higher its ...
Apr 1, 2013 ... There are thousands of types of shotgun shells, all with different ... is the .410,
which is a very small shotgun measured by its bore size.
There was no significant difference between the lengths of the shot strings, which
averaged 42 inches for the 3-inch and 49 inches for the 31⁄2-inch midway ...
Jan 25, 2016 ... Shotguns come in different size gauges which determine the size of its
ammunition. The 12 gauge has a diameter of 18.5 mm, or .729 inches.
Common Shotgun Shell Sizes. The length of a shotshell is normally given in
inches and is based on the length of the spent hull. Common lengths for 12