Iím looking to buy a concentricity gauge to add to the loading bench. Iím not a match shooter so Iím not dealing with tight fitting chambers and turned necks. I do however load to the best possible accuracy I can get from my guns and spend quite a bit of time at the range working on load development. I may start turning necks to at least even the thickness of the necks making checking for concentricity possible after seating bullets. Iíve seen several advertised that do many jobs from measuring wall thickness to checking necks after seating bullets. Iím wondering if thereís an all around gage that either does it all or is the best compromise of whatís practical for what I will use it for. Thanks for any input you guys may have.
Phil in Anchorage!
IF interested, there is a Sinclair concentricity gauge for sale on E-Bay.
[bajabill] I use the RCBS, and also use the other features such as neck thickness and check for thinout near the base. I dont know what functions roughly, but maybe my eyes have not been opened to those.