The NEW Wilson Bushing Type Full Length Sizing Die. This die will allow you to size the case neck to your desired neck tension along with sizing down the rest of the case body at the same time. Die includes an adjustable depth decapping rod. Extra Decapping Punch included, does not contain an expander. Made of High Quality Heat Treated Steel. Bushing sold separately.
Features easy-adjust seating depth capabilities with a simple turn of the die body. Sinclair/L.E. Wilson Micro-Adjust Bullet Seaters are detent-bearing driven with positive “click” increments of .0005” for fast, accurate bullet seating depth adjustments. Here are the details of construction:
We feel these dies are the finest available in terms of quality, construction, and performance.
Please visit Sinclair International for more information and availability
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.
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.
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.
Reasons to use the Min Dimension Gage
1) You want your reloaded rounds to chamber in a variety of guns
2) You want to check for uniformity of your rounds against SAAMI specifications
3) You want to pinpoint issues with your reloaded ammunition
4) You want a quick check to see if you are under MAX SAAMI COAL
5) You want to check factory ammunition you have purchased
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
We are now offering a Stainless Micro Adjustable Bullet Seater cap to be used with our Regular Bullet Seater Line. Micro Cap will come with what is shown in pictures. Seating stem (drift) not included.
LE Wilson Bullet Stainless Seater Blanks come with Cap Stem, Micrometer and Base.
Note: Please have experience with machine work or talk to your local gunsmith for more information on how to finish these dies.