Gauge is used as a way to describe shotgun bore sizes and is an indication of the amount of round balls that can be cast to bore diameter out of one pound of lead. A 12 gauge shotgun will produce 12 round balls of bore diameter out of one pound of lead. The 410 shotgun is not a gauge but a caliber designation.
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