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Gages

Gages

Extend Brass Life and Improve Accuracy By Using Our Gages
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  1. Min Chamber Gage

    One piece gage that will check your reloaded rounds against SBR's Min Chamber Specs, inventor of the 458 SOCOM

    This product is exclusively produced for SBR ammunition.

    Please visit SBR Ammunition for more information and availability

    $48.00
  2. Brass Case Gage
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    Brass Case Gage

    Available January 2019 - select calibers made from U.S. Sold Brass bar stock.  An upgrade to our standard steel line.  Brass has good corrosion resistance and an excellent surface finish, perfect for gaging your cases.  Be one of the first to own one of these fine gage.  Ask your preferred Wilson dealer for more information.

    One piece gage that will check overall length to indicate the need for trimming, datum to head length to assure correct headspace and to prevent over sizing. Available for most popular rimless cases. The Cartridge Case Gage was designed with safety in mind and was invented by our founder Sam (L.E.) Wilson in 1935 after a fellow shooter approached him for help in solving a case-separation issue. The gage allows you to see just how much you are sizing back your shoulder on your cases.

    This is best done by following the steps below.

    1. Measure a case in AS-FIRED condition
    2. Take a measurement
    3. Resize case on current die setting
    4. Then place back in the gage to see just how much you are sizing the shoulder back.  This can be done by using the Case Gage Depth Micrometer
    5. Finally, adjust sizing die accordingly to desired shoulder set back.
    6. After sizing your cases, there is a good chance the brass will lengthen. The gage will also check min/max case length and will point out the need for case trimming. This is an essential tool for every reloader.

    Note: Does not measure body diameters. This gage is intended to be used with fired cases to determine a basis for full length sizing and trimming.

    $50.00
  3. Brass Min Dimension Gage - SAAMI Chamber
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    Brass Min Dimension Gage - SAAMI Chamber

    Available January 2019 -Ever wonder if your reloads meet min chamber dimensions? Then this is the gage for you. Made with the same tight tolerances you have come to expect from all your Wilson Tools. Best used if you are loading ammo to work in multiple gun chambers of the same caliber. We recommend using this in conjunction with the Regular Case Gage to prevent over-sizing.  Gage verifies Min Chamber Dimensions and OAL for SAAMI.  NOTE: Check with your bullet manufacturer to verify OAL this will vary depending on what grain and style bullet you are using.

    Min Dimensions Gages are made to SAAMI specifications for Min Chamber.  SAAMI Min Chamber specs are slightly LARGER than Max Cartridge.  The purpose of this gage is to check your reloaded rounds to see if they meet Min Chamber Specs.  Therefore, if your rounds do not enter the Gage, then this is pointing to an issue with your reloaded round against SAAMI specifications.

    On the other hand, if your rounds DO enter the Gage, but DO NOT chamber in your gun.  This points to you having a very tight chambered gun and would assume either an improperly cut reamer or a chamber that was cut below Min Chamber Dimension headspace.

    This does NOT mean that your round will not chamber in your specific gun's chamber.  This only means the round DOES NOT meet SAAMI Min Chamber dimensions and is telling you to take another look before deciding that your round is good to fire.

    We recommend using the Regular Case Gage for bottle necked cartridges to assist you determining how much to trim and push back your shoulder to suit your chambers headspace.


    Available in Select Calibers

    $55.00
  4. Case Gage

    One piece gage that will check overall length to indicate the need for trimming, datum to head length to assure correct headspace and to prevent over sizing. Available for most popular rimless cases. The Cartridge Case Gage was designed with safety in mind and was invented by our founder Sam (L.E.) Wilson in 1935 after a fellow shooter approached him for help in solving a case-separation issue. The gage allows you to see just how much you are sizing back your shoulder on your cases. This is best done by measuring a case in AS-FIRED condition. Take a measurement. Resize case on current die setting. Then place back in the gage to see just how much you are sizing the shoulder back. Finally, adjust sizing die accordingly. After sizing your cases, there is a good chance the brass will lengthen. The gage will also check min/max case length and will point out the need for case trimming. This is an essential tool for every reloader.

    Note: Does not measure body diameters. This gage is intended to be used with fired cases to determine a basis for full length sizing and trimming.

  5. Adjustable Case Gage

    For belted mags. While the belt provides support for proper headspace, the life of the case will drastically shorten unless resizing is held to a minimum at the shoulder. These gages, which can be adjusted to be used with individual rifles of the same caliber, will enable the handloader to control the amount of resizing simply by measuring a fired case. Overall length can also be checked with these gages.
  6. Case Gage - 50 BMG

    One piece gage that will check overall length to indicate the need for trimming, datum to head length to assure correct headspace and to prevent over sizing. Available for most popular rimless cases. The Cartridge Case Gage was designed with safety in mind and was invented by our founder Sam (L.E.) Wilson in 1935 after a fellow shooter approached him for help in solving a case-separation issue. The gage allows you to see just how much you are sizing back your shoulder on your cases. This is best done by measuring a case in AS-FIRED condition. Take a measurement. Resize on current die setting. Then place back in the gage to see just how much you are sizing the shoulder back. Finally, adjust sizing die accordingly. After sizing your cases, there is a good chance the brass will lengthen. The gage will also check min/max case length and will point out the need for case trimming. This is an essential tool for every reloader.

    Note: Does not measure body diameters. This gage is intended to be used with fired cases to determine a basis for full length sizing and trimming.

    $60.00
  7. Case Gage Depth Micrometer
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    Case Gage Depth Micrometer

    Every reloader should know exactly how much your Full Length Sizing Die is pushing back the shoulder. With the NEW Case Gage Depth Micrometer you can do just that! It has never been easier to measure you cases headspace before and after sizing. The Depth Mic allows you to slip the micrometer perfectly over the top of the gage with your case inserted into the gage and take a measurement. Graduations of .001 comes with a Gage Block. One size works for all L.E. Wilson Gages.
    $110.00
  8. Case Length Gage

    One-piece, non adjustable cylinder-type gage with milled surfaces on one end for checking minimum and maximum overall length of rifle and pistol cases having no shoulder.
  9. Pistol Max Gage

    The Wilson Pistol Max (Cartridge) Gage is designed to check loaded pistol cartridges and is set to maximum SAAMI spec dimensions. This gage will measure Max Case Length, Max Cartridge dimensions and Max Loaded Round Length. But, more importantly it will help you to determine what is going on with your loaded ammunition. It can help to solve many issues associated with loading pistol ammunition. Such as, bowing of cases during sizing, oblong rounds, bulge on case or crimp just to name a few. The Pistol Max Gage is a must if you are loading your own ammunition for your handguns or if you need to check purchased factory ammunition.
  10. Wilson Die Kit 2
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    Wilson Die Kit 2

    L.E. Wilson has been making precision reloading tools for 90 years. This L.E. Wilson reloading kit features quality L.E. Wilson components to produce high quality, consistent ammunition. The kit includes a full length sizing die, a micrometer bullet seater and a case gauge.
  11. Wilson Die Kit Box Only
    New

    Wilson Die Kit Box Only

    Keep your dies separated and organized with this replacement die storage box from L.E. Wilson. This die box will hold 2 reloading dies and a L.E. Wilson case gauge.
    $12.00
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