This Bullet Comparator insert is meant to be used with the Hornady Comparator Body. These inserts are stainless steel and machined with a taper and...View full details
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Measuring cartridge lengths using the bullet tip is not a reliable (or repeatable) method for measuring loaded rounds. Its common to measure variations of up to .025" from one round to the next. The Bullet Comparator measures rounds from the ogive to provide consistent, precise measurements. You can also use it to check uniformity of bullets from base to ogive.
The Bullet Comparator provides the ultimate in precision measurement. This method allows direct comparison of your loads as you set up your bullet seating die for any selected bullet free-travel (jump).
The Lock-N-Load® Bullet Comparator Inserts allow the reloader to measure the bullet from the base to a specific point on the ogive, which has little variation, if any. This versatile system also provides the reloader with a much more consistent way to monitor the overall length of their reloads, allowing the reloader to build more precision into their handloads, that translates into better groups at the range and more meat in the freezer.
When used in conjunction with the Forster Datum Dial (DD1010), the tool measures the relative distance of a bullet or cartridge to a point on the b...View full details
The easy-to-use and versatile Datum Dial system is a ground breaking tool designed to gather the data you need to refine case sizing and bullet se...View full details
Easy-to-use ammo measurement system gives you the data you need to refine your case sizing operations. Includes one Datum Dial tool for checking ca...View full details
The anvil attaches to the opposite blade of your caliper when utilising the Hornady® Lock-N-Load® Headspace Comparator, supplying a large surface a...View full details
Lock-N-Load® Bullet Comparator Measuring cartridge lengths across the bullet tips is not a reliable (or repeatable) method for measuring loaded ro...View full details