Case Gauge - .38 Special
Case Gauge - .38 Special
Patented Tri-Step Face
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Case Gauges allow you to test your reloads (and factory ammunition) before you fire them. There is nothing more frustrating than getting to a competition and then finding out that you have function failures due to your ammunition.

New Patent Pending Tri-Step Face Design
Botton Step Shows Min Case Length
Middle Step Shows Max Case Length
Upper Step Shows Max Headspace

Features
CNC Machined for Precision
Machined to SAAMI Minimum Chamber Specs.
Stainless Steel for Durability & Stability
Knurled Band for Secure Grip

This Gauge Will Measure:
Maximum Cartridge Length (COL)
Minimum and Maximum Case Length
Maximum Case Diameter
Minimum and Maximum Headspace

Easy as 1, 2, 3!
1) Place a clean cartridge into the gauge and make sure that it completely seats by itself with no assistance. If the cartridge does not easily drop into the gauge without assistance, there is most likely something wrong with the dimensions of the cartridge.

2) The head of the brass should sit flush within the lower or upper step of the gauge. If the cartridge sits higher than the upper step, your brass is too long and may not chamber.

3) Also check to make sure the tip of the bullet is not protruding beyond the face of the gauge. If the bullet tip protrudes from the end of the gauge it is longer than the maximum allowed cartridge length.


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Tri-Step Face is Patented in Europe and UK. US Patent Pending.
Manufactured in Malden Massachusetts, by American workers on American machines!
Made in USA Logo

Customer Reviews

Average rating from 1 reviews: 5.0
This is No Ordinary Case GaugeThis is no ordinary case gauge. The Shooters Box Tri-Step Face gauge, with its three steps of min/max and the step showing the breech face of a closed chamber is impressive. With these "steps", using this gauge to verify that a reloaded round is correct is easy ... and if there is a problem it will be apparent. On top of that its made in the USA! Written by Clark C. on Tue 19 Jun 2018 8:05:19 PM GMT
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