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The most important use of a cartridge case gage is for setting up 7⁄8"-14 press type full length resizing dies. A common error in reloading is to oversize your brass. Headspace of fired cases can quickly and accurately be measured using this tool and a caliper. Pistol Max Gages: Used to check all critical dimensions of the pistol case - mouth diameter, base diameter, rim thickness and diameter, case overall length and bullet diameter Mfg: L.E. Wilson, Inc.Check price and Read more Detail At L.E. Wilson, Inc.
Durable stainless steel, barrel bushing has a .125" thick oversized flange for a full-contact fit, improved lockup, and more consistent accuracy. Almost as good as a custom barrel/bushing combination, yet usually requires only minor fitting. CNC machined from 416 stainless steel to precise dimensions for reliability and long service life. Requires the extra-long, 587 Bullet Proof Recoil Spring Plug, sold below, for a streamlined installation. Gunsmith installation recommended. Mfg: Wilson Combat SPECS: 416 stainless steel, natural finish. Flange - .125" (3.17mm) thick. Fits .580" (14.7cm) O.D. barrels.Check price and Read more Detail At Wilson Combat
Hand-filling, ergonomic profile with finger grooves, palm swells, and many other features improves shooting comfort and accuracy. Tactical grip features SureGrip non-slip, textured finish. SureGrip adds an overmolded, rubberized covering to the polymer body for a superior grip and added cushion. Right-Hand model has a distinct thumb shelf. Comes with mounting hardware and Gapper. Mfg: Ergo Grips SPECS: Polymer, hard texture or overmolded rubber, Black. 4" (10cm) long.Check price and Read more Detail At Ergo Grips
Bushings are available in increments of .001" from .185" through .199" and .218" through .343". The easiest way to tell the bushing size needed is to measure your loaded rounds at the neck. This caliper or micrometer reading indicates bullet diameter plus twice the thickness of the neck. The bushing diameter must measure less than this, we suggest .002" to .003" smaller. Taking into account the spring-back of the case neck after sizing, this would give you .001" to .002" "grip" on the bullet. View other sizes: .185" to .252" .253" to .302" .303" to .369" Mfg: L.E. Wilson, Inc.Check price and Read more Detail At L.E. Wilson, Inc.
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