If you want to measure the pressure of a gun, you will need to have strain gauges installed on it. Then you will need to setup to read and measure what they are reading. That can get expensive, as the computer setups are very specialized.
Also watch the cases too. Watch for any marks on them, as in shiny spots, new scratches, dings or dents, cracks, neck area.
On another note, hopefully I will get to shoot the new rifle next week. My friend should have his range open. He also says that I can't shoot
He don't know me very well. Well, I am not sure what the gun will like that I currently have, as my reloading stuff isn't setup yet. I am going to try some of my Federal 160gr Sierra loads first.