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Does anyone know where I can get a 5.45x39 Field guage? I have tried Pacific Tool but they have not returned my emails. Jack
 

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I am not sure if Clymer carries field gauges in 5.45 x 39, but I got a 7.62 x 39 field gauge from them.
 

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I understand what you are saying, and good point for safety. However the protocol is that if it won't close on a field it is ok to use.
 

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I believe that the military uses field gauges and that they are only used on semi or full auto rifles.
 

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I talked to Ken at Clymer, what nice guy. He is going to fix me up. Funny, in this business I have me or had dealings with more professional type people than any other, including my own legal profession. Jack
 

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Max, he is makeing a Field for me specifically. They have the go nogo in stock. If you are interested in a Field here is the ordering info:

We accept both Visa and MasterCard. Please let us know if you would like to place an order or if we can be of further assistance. You can phone or FAX your credit card information to us. Our phone number is TOLL FREE 1-877-REAMERS (732-6377). Our local number is (248) 853-5555. Our FAX number is (248) 853-1530.
 

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Price?


Just a thought...

If you are interested in recouping some of your cost, you may consider renting them out. I'm sure many 1- or 2- gun builders would be happy to rent instead of investing all the cash up front for gauges.


- Jerry
 

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What are the advantages to a field gauge as opposed to the go/no go gauges?
 

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hcpookie said:
Price?


Just a thought...

If you are interested in recouping some of your cost, you may consider renting them out. I'm sure many 1- or 2- gun builders would be happy to rent instead of investing all the cash up front for gauges.


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I would be happy to. Jack
 

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Grendeljaeger said:
What are the advantages to a field gauge as opposed to the go/no go gauges?

I have a rifle that will close on a nogo. If it will not close on a field it will be safe to shoot.
 
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