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The Pelletgage Pellet Head-Sizing Gauge .22 is a precision tool that lets you measure .22 calibre (5.5mm) pellet head sizes for precise sorting.

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The PelletGage Pellet Head-Sizing Gauge .22 is a precision tool that lets you measure .122 calibre pellet head sizes.

This device is a metal plate with graduated holes that accept or reject pellet heads. If a hole accepts a head, the pellet falls through and will usually be caught on the skirt that’s wider than the head. The holes range in size from 5.48mm to 5.57mm.

The Pelletgage does not change the size of the pellet. That is not its function. It measures the pellet head size so you can be sure they’re consistent.

If you’re a field target competitor who hopes to win a match, this might be something to seriously consider. If you’re a 10-meter or benchrest competitor who shoots in national competition, then you almost have to check out this instrument.


How It Works

You drop the pellet head-first into the hole you wish to use. The instrument has a plastic plate above the precision steel gage plate to help guide the pellet head. If the head drops through the hole in the steel gage plate, you know that the pellet head has got to be smaller than that hole. Start with a small hole and work up.

For instance, if you are measuring a pellet that’s supposed to have a 5.51mm head, start with the 5.50mm hole. If the head doesn’t drop through, move up to larger holes until it does. The first hole it drops through is the head size.

If you don’t know the head size of your pellet, start small and gradually increase until you find it.



Sorting pellets by head size
Finding the head sizes of pellets whose sizes are not marked on their containers
Verifying the head size that’s marked on the tin
Comparing one tin of pellets to another tin of the same pellets


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