IMO, the guage is not as important as the method used to measure. you need to make sure you are doing the same techinique each and every time to get good results. i place mine in a vise or some type of holder to do the measurements. i do at least 10 pulls then average them. human error is your biggest problem that i see when using one.
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I have the RCBS but I've had it for years and if I was buying one today I would spring for one of the digital gauges.
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