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Good question and with some quick interwebz searching there seems to be some conflicting info though, imagine that.  Best I can tell is  @AuEagle may be correct as some Europeans refer to .410 as 36 gauge.  This does not compute mathematically as .410 is without a doubt 67 guage.  Some other gauges or bore size found mostly in European countries are 32 and 24 guage.  Learn something new everyday.

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40 minutes ago, MP5_Rizzo said:

Good question and with some quick interwebz searching there seems to be some conflicting info though, imagine that.  Best I can tell is  @AuEagle may be correct as some Europeans refer to .410 as 36 gauge.  This does not compute mathematically as .410 is without a doubt 67 guage.  Some other gauges or bore size found mostly in European countries are 32 and 24 guage.  Learn something new everyday.

There is some info that .410 is 67Ga.

I sent Fuji some pictures of the side of a vintage wooden Winchester Case with both .410 & (36 ga) in parentheses.

This box resides in my office,

Great learning new stuff, I had never heard of .410's referred to as 67 ga.

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