The 16 gauge -- it's not dead yet!
I don't know how many essays the outdoor writers of the day wrote of the death of the 16 gauge. This was common following World War II. The sporting arms industry had the 12 and the 20, both with successful three-inch versions. So who would miss the 16 if we chose to mostly ignore it?
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