Examine bullet slugs or cores for defects.
What does a Bullet Slugs Inspector do?
Examines bullet slugs or cores for defects to ensure conformance to specifications: Rolls slugs or cores by hand across bench, scoops slugs or cores onto moving belt for inspection as they pass by, or aligns them on grooved inspection plate by pushing plate into pile of slugs or cores and shaking plate to remove excess. Examines slugs or cores for defects, such as pits, burrs, and fins. Picks out defective slugs or cores with fingers or wax-tipped stick and drops them into scrapbox.