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    Bullet Comparator

    Just out of interest -

    Does it matter if the comparator is fitted to the fixed or the moving anvil of the calipers?

    Latest Sinclair catalogue shows the Sinclair comparator fitted to the fixed anvil but the Hornady one fitted to the moving anvil

    I was told to fit it to the moving anvil (but long time ago and things do change) but which (if either?) is correct please?

    TIA
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    Makes no difference at all, it will be as accurate either way round, if you do your part.

    Neil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hornet 6 View Post
    Makes no difference at all, it will be as accurate either way round, if you do your part.

    Neil.
    Thanks.
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