Headspace is the distance between breech face and the base of the cartridge when the action is closed It is best to remove the extractor ejector and firing pin from the bolt to achieve optimal results when checking headspace The use of both GO and NO-GO headpsace gauges is essential for all newly reamed chambers
Brownells - Clymer Headspace Gauges Go No Go And Sets.
Essential when chambering a new barrel to ensure a tight accurate safe chamber Whenever you buy a used gun always check the headspace before firing Gauges are etched with Go or No-Go and caliber gauge name for easy identification Both Forster and Clymer gauges are made to SAAMI specs
Big Problem With Clymer Headspace Gauges - M14 Forum.
Big problem with Clymer Headspace gauges This is a discussion on Big problem with Clymer Headspace gauges within the The M14 forums part of the M14 M1A Forum category I m currently building an M14 from a CMP kit I went with the Clymer gauges in spite of the fact that my 30 06 gauges are
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