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28 gauge

Discussion in 'Rifle & Shotgun Discussion' started by brown331, Apr 2, 2021.

  1. SPDguns

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    If anyone needs any 28 GA ammo, send me a PM
     
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    Love my Wingmaster 28
     
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    I love my slender little O/U from Turkey.
     
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    I’ve got a Yildiz O/U in 28, a Remington 11-48 and a Remington 1100 both in 28 gauge and I recently bought a single shot Iver Johnson 28 Gauge.
     
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    They for sale?.?.?.?
     
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    No. Those are my personal guns.
     
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    The .410 is actually a caliber, not a gauge. That's why it's listed as a bore with the actual diameter.
    The .410 bore is equivalent to a 67 gauge.
     
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    I picked up a Browning 28 OU at an estate sale a few years ago. Pretty sure the previous owner had used this primarily for skeet.
     
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