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Old December 6, 2012, 02:17 PM   #41
Brian Pfleuger
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Yeah, but I'm talking about a chamber that was headspaced USING the Go-Gauge.

Specifically, a Savage rifle, where it's as simple as putting the gauge in with the extractor and ejector removed, screwing the barrel down until it stops on the gauge and then tightening the lock-nut.

Seems like then using the gauge to set your dies, especially if you use Redding body dies, would be perfect. If not Redding, you'd just have to remove the decapper.
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