Question: How to measure in order to duplicate best possible ammo?
I assume that for a given caliber and gun, there is a perfect size and shape to the feed ramp, throat and chamber, as well as the bullet's overall length and crimp, that will allow for perfect feeding. And let's assume that, once found, someone wants to duplicate the setup in another instance of the same make/model of gun and cartridges.
My question is: What is the best collection of measuring tools that can help guarantee that the "perfect" ramp/throat/chamber shape as well as the "perfect" bullet (once found) can be readily duplicated?
What measuring/cutting tools for the gun, once acquiring a second one and needing to make adjustments?
And, what measuring tools for the cartridges, once setting up a reloading station to duplicate them?