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Hundo 100 Round Case Gauge for 9mm Luger by Shockbottle
If you are a serious shooter, you are probably a serious reloader. If you are serious about reloading, then you probably own a case gauge. If you have done enough case gauging, then you know that case gauging sucks.
If you understand how lame gauging ammo is, then this is the product for you. You will spend an absolute minimum time gauging your ammo and a maximum time doing whatever else you have on your plate. Quite simply, this is the highest capacity case gauge that you can buy. Your friends will be jealous, your wife will have renewed interest in you, and your children will start to show you respect. Well... maybe all that stuff wont happen, but you wont care because you can gauge ammo like a boss.
100 dollars may seem stout for a simple device like this, but if you compare the price of this to other gauges on the market, you will see that this is actually the best deal out there. Nobody else even comes close to the value offered by this unit.
The 100 Round Chamber Gauge is ideal for shooters who want to ensure better reliability of their ammo in chambering and extracting. The Chamber Gauge is machined from aircraft grade aluminum. This Chamber Gauge is specifically designed to utilize a 100 round ammunition box as a "flip-tray", then can be flipped into an ammo box bullet down and ready for the range.
- 100 Round Case Gauge for 9mm Luger
- Machined from aircraft grade aluminum
- Machines to S.A.M.M.I. spec's (will be tighter on lead and moly bullets)
- Works with Dillon Precision ammo boxes
- Patent Pending Design
- Made in the USA
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Posted by email@example.com on Oct 15th 2018
This thing is a great timesaver and transfers to the mtm boxes great!
This gauge is picky...I like it
Posted by Jeff Schmidt on Aug 4th 2018
I'm a fairly new reloader (~3 months) I've been using this gauge now for about 1 month. I fill it up with 100 rounds then visually and digitally check all the rounds. Rounds that clearly don't fit in the gauge or have bad primers go in my "bad bullet bucket" that I break down and recycle the powder and the bullets. Probably about 10% of my rounds fit pretty well in the gauge, but sit up above the edge just slightly. I pick all of these rounds out and use them for range ammo. (About 90% of these rounds still work just fine at the range.)
All of the "perfect" rounds go into my 100 round storage boxes that I used only for competition. Since I've been using this system I've had zero failures during competitions which sure helps alleviate a lot of my previous frustration. This gauge is expensive, but the frustration it's saved me is invaluable. I'd highly recommend it.
Posted by Unknown on Jul 13th 2018
Just started using this. Very cool to be able to check 100 rounds at a time. But the directions mention a 'flip tray'. Why is the flip tray not mentioned with the product itself? It is not as easy to use 2 ammo boxes, the rounds don't all fall out properly. I would have purchased the tray with the chamber checker if I had known about it. I am disappointed that now I have to order and wait for something else in order to get the full benefit. The checker itself is very cool.
Posted by Terry on May 18th 2018
Was using a single case gage and would only check the first and last cartridges of my load session.
With the Hundo 100 round chamber checker, I check ALL cartridges and catch non SAMI rounds.
Love this tool and is a time saver.
as good as i thought it would be
Posted by Peter Carbines on May 1st 2018
With 100x rounds all positioned as one layer the ability to quickly compare is a major advantage. Working together with the 100x reverse
tray just adds to the overal practicality.
Posted by Will on Mar 3rd 2018
So much faster and easier than single round gauges, especially when checking ammo for a match, and I can look for any damaged primers at the same time.
Posted by Jim on Feb 17th 2018
Saves time, worth the money, works great.
incredible time saver
Posted by Pete the Greek on Feb 12th 2018
Wolrds better than a single round gauge. The tolerances are tighter than that of my single round gauge. I reload several hundred rounds per session and the hundo saves me hours per week in my reloading. I initially thought this was a gimmick but I'm now convinced it is spot-on checking reloaded ammunition.
Gotta have it!
Posted by Ed Jackson, aka Tactical Hobbit on Jan 9th 2018
If you’re a reloader and you don’t have a Hundo...you’re wrong
Definitely a time saver!
Posted by Drew on Jan 2nd 2018
I'm your typical reloader whose ammo count has gone from a single stage press to a full Dillon 650 with case and bullet feeder. It only took me one match with failed rounds to know it's not a suggestion but a requirement to check every cartridge for correct chamber fit. Using just the gun barrel to "plunk" one at a time just gets tedious. Now, instead of one at a time, I can check 100 and with a quick glance pull those which fail.
One thing this does not do is check your cartridge OAL, that's something you test and set with the barrel your using first. Then just "Hundo" the heck out of your loading run.
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