The copper .22, .223, 5.56mm Gator Checks are the crimp type.
The checks are sold in resealable clear plastic bags. USPS flat rate boxes and First Class mail are used to reduce shipping cost. Most orders ship in one business day Monday through Friday.
Sold in 2 quantities: 500 for $11.00 and 1000 for $20.00.
Posted by William Gilbert on Jul 10th 2018
Order multiple times, great products.
Posted by john diegmiller on Jul 3rd 2018
this is my first order so far but i am sure there will be many more very happy with this product
Posted by James Worley on May 20th 2018
This is my third order for .223 gas checks, I have used about 300 from this order and have found 6 or 8 malformed checks. This is the first time I have found any bad checks.
Reply: Okay, I'll send you some replacements. Gator is usually very good at quality control, but I have been culling out some lately. I'll take a closer look at the restock we just got in.
Posted by david on Jul 19th 2017
crimp on my lead bullets great. Alox them for a second time with all staying on
Posted by JS on Apr 24th 2017
Will buy from again.
Posted by Mike on Mar 7th 2017
I'm a long time user of Hornady gas checks. The price difference between Gator checks and the Hornady checks drew me in. I find the Gator checks to be sized perfectly for a good snap on fit. When run thru a sizer they crimp on firmly. Shipping was ultra quick - they were packed very well and arrived from Sage outdoors in fine condition. 2,000 will hold me a while, but when I need more I wouldn't hesitate to buy again.
Posted by niels olesen on Feb 19th 2017
Fast shipping. Gas checks a good quality hold a frim crimp.
Posted by Rodney Plath on Jan 12th 2017
Product is as described, in good quality and delivered on time
Posted by Brian on Jan 3rd 2017
Perfect fit on my Lee 223-55 molded bullets.
Posted by JR on Jan 2nd 2017
If I don't run these through my Lee .225 Push-Through sizer base first, the check comes out with a deformed base every time. I tried lubing first and going slower, they just seem too large. Going base first works nicely, but it's a lot slower.
All prices are in USD.