Need an answer about the 16Ga.
I read some of the rules listed by the NSSA about Skeet and shotguns allowed.
In one part it says that 12Ga., 20Ga., 28Ga. and .410 are allowed and even lists the shot loads and sizes.
Further down in the rules it says that no Gauge larger than 12Ga. is allow but that any Gauge 12Ga. and smaller is leagle as long as the Shot Shells meet the requirements listed.
It dose not state anywhere that I could find that a 16Ga. was allowed but it also didn't say that a 16Ga. was not allowed. If I'm reading it right, the 16Ga. could be used but only in the 12Ga. class.
Before anyone tells me that a 12Ga. has an advantage over the 16Ga., thanks but I'm already aware of that, but all I have at this time is the 16Ga.
By saying that any Gauge 12 and smaller is leagle, I take that to mean that any of the other gauges may be used in the 12Ga. class, which includes the 16Ga.
Am I Correct in this.
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