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 Checking bullet meplat (tip or nose of bullet) uniformity is fast and efficient using the Ultimate Cartridge Check System.  This measurement is important for those wanting the best accuracy from their reloads.  Variations here will cause dimensional differences of the bullets position in elation the the to the rifling.  This is easily measured using the Ultimate Cartridge Check System with a Sinclair bullet comparator to hold the bullet.  This is more precise than using a caliper or micrometer as finger pressure is totally eliminated. If your indicator reads to .0005 then you can measure each bullet to that degree of accuracy.

See product demonstration video at www.cartridgeanneal.com or call (479) 629-5566 for information.

Tom Wilson ©