Pistol and Rifle Dry Fire Snap Caps. These will eject from a rifle when the rifle is cycled
An inert Snap Cap Dummy round that has the actual weight and feel of a loaded round is necessary for meaningful practice of reloading your pistol and lever action rifle on the clock and for general Dry-fire pistol practice. Six of these (3 packs) for dry-fire practice with your revolver. The special red rubber “primer” makes them easy to recognize and will help protect your gun’s firing mechanism shot after shot.
Two per package.
Snap caps are necessary for function testing your gun and for dry-fire practice. They help protect your firing mechanism and provide for meaningful practice in loading and unloading your gun. The special “red rubber primer” used in all Palo Verde Snap Caps helps identify it as a “dummy” round and has been tested to 5,000 firing pin strikes. Note: We have tested Silicone as a primer substitute and found it to NOT stop the firing pin from “bottoming” when fired with moderate hammer spring strength. Thus, silicone does not provide protection for your firing mechanism. It took many months of searching and testing to find this special red rubber from the automobile industry that works so well.