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    Senior Member anm2_man's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash View Post
    This explains it better than I can: A snap gage is a form of go/no go gauge. It is a limit gage with permanently or temporarily fixed measurement aperture(s) (gaps) which is used to quickly verify whether an outside dimension of a part matches a preset dimension or falls within predefined tolerances.

    I use a steel caliper and set it for the outside diameter of a large pistol primer, then tighten the lock screw. All Mrs. Flash has to do is hold it up to the primer in a case and if the primer doesn't fill the space in the gage, it's a small pistol primer.

    Make sense?
    Gotcha - similar to GO/NOGO gauge. Thanks

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    I'm thinking a primer pocket swager would also work, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry D. View Post
    I'm thinking a primer pocket swager would also work, right?
    Or a primer pocket uniformer, either one, but Mrs. Flash inspects them right off the range with the primers still in the cases, so a snap gauge is about the only way to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry D. View Post
    I'm thinking a primer pocket swager would also work, right?
    No the primers are still in the cases when Mrs Flash is inspecting.

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