SliX Shotshell Checker/Sizer Combo
SliX Shotshell Checker/Sizer Combo
Gauging Shell - FailedGauging Shell - PassedResizing Crimped End of Shotshell
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The SliX Shotshell Checker/Sizer Combo combines the original SliX-Sizer with a case gauge. Insert your shotshell into one end to round out the crimp, the insert it onto the other end go gauge the entire shell. Doing this avoiding the infamous "Stuck Hull" in double barrel shotguns. It also makes loading smoother and faster with both double barrel and pump shotguns.

No matter how nicely your shotshell loader makes shotshells, there is no avoiding the "re-swelling" of the mouth of re-used hulls after they have been stored for even a short period of time. The SliX Shotshell Checker/Sizer Combo can fix that!

A "Must Have" for Cowboy Action Shotgun Competition!

To Use:
Simply insert the crimped end of a loaded shotshell and twist while applying slight pressure. It is most successful when used just prior to loading your shell belt at the stage. Then flip it around and insert the shotshell into the other end to gauge the entire shell. If it easily drops fully into the gauge, is will also drop easily into your shotgun chambers.

Solid Aluminum
Durable Anodized Finish Inside and Out
Knurled Exterior for Slip Free Grip
1.5″ Outer Diameter for More Leverage
Available for 12GA Only

Tip! Lubricating the ID of the SliX-Sizer with a silicone rag or sizing die wax will reduce the effort needed to size your shotshells.

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Shotshells shown in photos are not included.
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Customer Reviews

Average rating from 2 reviews: 5.0
As usual I bought too quick!I bought the device to round out the crimp but without the gauge attached for a longer grip. No we have the combo. I suppose I could gift someone my other separate gauge, but at 83, who cares. I would like to echo that it can be an instant blister device. Use a pair of gloves. Written by James Troy Collins on Sat 26 Dec 2020 10:30:49 PM GMT
Instant blister machineMy first experience with this device, I learned immediately to not use it bare-handed. My hand holding the base of the shell formed a blister within the first 15 rounds. My solution was to wear a leather work glove on my right hand, and for added grip, I wrapped a small piece of rubber innertube material around the shell base. A little Rem Dri-Lube spray inside the sizer was very helpful. If I didn't live in CA I probably wouldn't bother with reloading 12 gauge, or if I used a Win '97 pump instead of a coachgun. A clever well-made tool, but it might kinda' be a solution in search of a problem. Written by Mike Hendren on Thu 22 Oct 2020 6:15:00 PM GMT
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