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Unread 04-02-2011, 02:28 PM
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Go Gauge brand differences

Are there any differences between brands of Go Gauges? PTG, Clymer, Forster, I'm thinking they are the same since they meet saami spec but would like to know.
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    Re: Go Gauge brand differences

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    Are there any differences between brands of Go Gauges? PTG, Clymer, Forster, I'm thinking they are the same since they meet saami spec but would like to know.

    They should all be the same , But I recommend using the same brand as the reamers.

    When I order a reamer I always purchase the head space gauges with them unless I already have a gauge that is interchangeable with the cartridge.(Like some of the belted magnums)

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