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GaugeMate Gold & Silver

  • What is the difference between GaugeMate Gold and GaugeMate Silver adapters ?

    When using Gold adapters, the spent hull is removed as you normally would - the adapter stays in place. With Silver, the adapter and the spent hull are removed together from the chamber. The user then manually removes the hull from the adapter and places the adapter back in the chamber.

  • I have an ejector/extractor. How will GaugeMate Gold or Silver work with this mechanism?

    Ejector:

    Gaugemate Silver: Adapter and spent shell will be ejected from the chamber. Spent shell will have to be removed from the adapter.

    Gaugemate Gold: Adapter and spent shell will move back about 3/8" due to your ejector range. The side of the adapter is machined and the spent shell is manually removed from the adapter like with a gun with an extractor.

    Extractor:

    Gaugemate Silver: Adapter and spent shell will have to be removed from the chamber. Spent shell will have to be removed from the adapter.

    Gaugemate Gold: Adapter and spent shell will move back about 3/8" due to the extractor range. The side of the adapter is machined and the spent shell is manually removed from the adapter like with a gun with an extractor.

  • My gun was made in Great Britain and has 2 ½” chambers. Are GaugeMate chamber-length adapters compatible?

    Yes, most GaugeMate adapters can be used in 2 ½” chambers. However, chamber dimensions weren’t standardized in Europe until the early 1900s – so, occasionally, fit may be a problem.



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