Hornady Lock-N-Load Bullet Comparator Basic Set with 7 Inserts
Our Bullet Comparator easily attaches to the blade of your calipre and uses interchangeable inserts (available in sizes from .17 caliber to .45 caliber) to measure from the bullet ogive.
Measuring cartridge lengths across the bullet tips is not a reliable (or repeatable) method for measuring loaded rounds. Its common for variations of up to .025" to exist from one round to the next. Our Bullet Comparator measures rounds from the ogive to provide consistent, precise measurements. You can also use it to check uniformity of bullets from base to ogive.
Our Bullet Comparator easily attaches to the blade of your caliper and uses interchangeable inserts (available in sizes from .17 caliber to .45 caliber) to measure from the bullet ogive.
Used in conjunction with the O.A.L. Gauge, the Bullet Comparator provides the ultimate in precision measurement. The Bullet Comparator will properly align the O.A.L. Gauge for precise measurement using a caliper. This method allows direct comparison of your loads as you set up your bullet seating die for any selected bullet free-travel (jump).
Fits: Any set of calipers
Function: Designed to be used the Hornady Lock-N-Load Bullet Comparator Inserts and the Hornady Lock-N-Load Overall Length Gauge (Sold Separately)
Material: Aluminum and Brass
- Comparator body
- 7 Comparator inserts for the following diameter bullets: 224, 243/6mm, 257, 264/6.5mm, 277, 284/7mm and 308. Other inserts sold separately.
- Allen wrench
- Slot on comparator body is cut off-center
- To position the comparator with the Hornady Lock-N-Load Overall Length Gage, install comparator body to the caliper with the screw through the thicker leg of the body. This allows the proper off center alignment of the Length Gage.
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Use with caution.By: David on 20 October 2020The construction is fairly light weight and will be easily damaged. Combined with the length gauge, the larger calibers, 6.5 and above the readings are fairly consistent, however the smaller calibers give random readings no matter how carefully consistent I try to be.