Unless installing a new barrel on your Garand the two gauges you need are no go and a field. If it closes on a no go gauge its still safe to shoot but need to moniter the wear with the field gauge. If the bolt ever closes on a field gauge you need a longer bolt. Honestly all that is needed if a ffield gauge, thats what I use. The go gauge is only needed when installing a new barrel
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