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Old January 14, 2019, 03:08 PM   #5
5whiskey
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If one wanted to make a concintricity gauge instead of buy one, a dial indicator would come in handy. That is the only use I can think of in the realm of reloading where they could come in handy. They also come in handy when rebuilding differentials, should you ever have the need to do so.

I will second that a digital caliper is no less accurate than a dial caliper of similar quality. The accuracy of a caliper is made in how the slide interacts with the wheel that actually measures the results of slide movement, and the internals of how that wheel measures. The dial versus digital is just how this information is displayed.
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