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    It only cost a few more bucks than a standard case gauge and this way you can check 7 at a time.
    I have been in the habbit of running all of my load auto brass through one of these before boxing them and putting them up

    they make one that does 50 and 100 rounds at once also.
     

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    I read that part, but I'm still not sure exactly what that does. I know almost nothing about reloading.


    it's a metal block with holes drilled to match the dimensions of a chamber for the particular caliber you are loading for.
    When you produce your own ammo, this is a way to double check that the ammo you produced will fit in the guns chamber.

    Sometimes you can run into situations where your die isn't adjusted correctly, or you can short stroke your press and end up with a round that will not chamber properly in the field.
    this is just a way to do a final QC check on your loaded ammo

    sorry, I figured it was in the reloading forum so everyone knew. Didn't mean to be a smart arse.
     
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