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Sinclair Bump Gage Inserts are used to measure the amount of shoulder bump when setting up full length sizing dies. Our Bump Gages install in either of our comparator bodies and are machined to fit particular shoulder angles of cartridges. Rather than measuring to the datum line, these gages indicate off of the shoulder of the case to get a better, more easily assessable measurement of how much you are actually sizing your cases. We usually recommend between .001" to .002" bump for bolt action rifles and between .003" and .005" for AR-15 type rifles. Also a useful tool for keeping your brass and loaded ammunition separated if you have multiple rifles chambered for the same cartridge and checking loaded ammunition.
This Sinclair Comparator is an excellent tool to use to sort bullets by base to give length. This is a valuable step if you are considering trimming the bullet meplat. NOTE: When sorting a lot of bullets, a digital caliper is sometimes a better choice for some handloaders than a dial caliper. An alternative tool to use for sorting bullets is our Sinclair Bullet Sorting Stand (#59-2000) which uses its own unique comparators.
Our Sinclair Bullet Comparator attaches to the blade of your caliper and uses inserts for each specific caliber. The inserts are stainless steel and machined with a taper and a short straight section to more accurately duplicate the chamber throat. This eliminates the wobble experienced with many comparators which have standard drilled holes. Our design allows you to quickly and accurately measure the bullet's bearing surface of the bullet. Comparator inserts are available in 17 thru 45 caliber, and they can be used in both the Sinclair and older Stoney Point comparator bodies. These inserts are not intended to measure rounds seated to magazine length or shorter. For this application please see our Sinclair Bullet Comparators (#09-600 and #09-700).
The Sinclair Bullet Checker Stand allows you to quickly and accurately sort bullets by base to ogive length. Black granite base is perfectly flat and heavy enough to stay where you want it on your loading bench. The included dial indicator features lever control for easy insertion and removal of bullets into comparators and the choice of using single point or an 11mm flat indicator tips (complete dial indicator also available separately). Bullet Checker Stand Comparators sold separately and available in 22 caliber, 6mm, 6.5mm, 7mm, 30 caliber and 338 caliber or can be used with either of our hex comparators.
We have been making these hex style bullet comparators for over 20 years, and believe we make the most accurate tools available. The holes in the Sinclair Bullet Comparators are cut with throating reamers to accurately duplicate the actual throat of a rifle. The comparator is used with calipers, and allows the reloader to accurately measure the length from the major diameter of the bullet to the case head. It also enables you to make accurate seating depth changes to your bullet seater. The Sinclair Comparator does not attach to your calipers, so your calipers are free for other measurements. Machined from stainless steel.
There are two different models of Sinclair Comparators to cover bullets calibers from .17 caliber to .338. The first model (09-600) features holes bored and throated for .224, 6mm, .257, 6.5mm (.264), 7mm, and 308. The second model (09-700) has holes throated for .172, .204, .224, .270, .308, and .338 caliber.
The Stoney Point Chamber-All Bullet Comparator body attaches to the blade of your caliper with a small thumb screw and utilizes inserts for each caliber. The design of this tool allows proper alignment when used with the Stoney Point Chamber-All OAL gauge (offset position), or it can be used in a conventional centerline method. Inserts are sold separately, or the tool can be purchaed with six inserts as a kit. The body can also be used with to hold the Stoney Point headspace gage inserts.
The Stoney Point Chamber-All Bullet Comparator body attaches to the blade of your caliper with a small thumbscrew and utilizes inserts for each caliber. The design of this tool allows proper alignment when used with the stoney Point Chamber-All OAL gauge (offset position), or it can be used in a conventional centerline method. Inserts are sold separately, or the tool can be purchaed with six inserts as a kit. The body can also be used with to hold the Stoney Point headspace gage inserts.
The optional Anvil Base Kit attaches to the opposite blade of your caliper when utilizing the Hornady Lock-N-Load Comparator. This supplies a large surface area for case heads to rest making ogive and headspace measurements easier to obtain.
The Forster Ammunition Measurement System makes it possible for the handloader to use ordinary dial calipers to make normally difficult length measurements based on the bullet ogive or the case shoulder. By measuring cases to the datum line on the shoulder, the reloader can custom-fit the ammunition to a rifle’s chamber for the best possible fit for better accuracy potential and longer case life. Using the bullet dial makes it easy to accurately determine bullet seating depth measured from the ogive when changing the seater die setting or when checking loaded rounds for consistency. It can also be used to check the bullets alone for variations that could hurt accuracy. The Complete Kit includes the Body with Case Dial for checking cases and two Bullet/Cartridge Dials. The #1 dial fits 224, 243, 264, 284, and 308 calibers. The #2 dial fits 172, 204, 257, 277, and 338.
Also included in the set are complete instructions, storage box, and a laminated chart with common datum diameters. The #3 dial is available separately and left blank with five starter holes so it can be drilled to any size needed. The Datum Dial body and bullet/cartridge dials can also be purchased separately.
SPECS: Datum Dial comes with storage case. Kit includes: Case Dial, Bullet/Cartridge Dial #1, Bullet/Cartridge Dial #2, and Storage Box. Dial #1 for .224, .243, .264, .284, .308 bullet diameters. Dial #2 for .17, .204, .257, .338 Bullet diameters
The Davidson Seating Depth Checkers attach to the blade of your calipers with a small thumb screw and consists of a nose piece for the bullet and a base piece for the case head (sold separately). These two pieces together serve to align the cartridge for accurate measurements. The nose pieces can also be used without the base pieces in a similar manner to the other comparators. The nose pieces are machined with a taper for more accurate measurements.
BASE PIECES SOLD SEPARATELY.
Base pieces (for case heads) have three stepsmachined into them to accept three differentcase head diameters. Nose pieces should beordered by caliber. Order bases by your casehead diameters (.223 is .378; PPC is .445; .308is .473; standard magnum is .532).