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Besides loading, unloading, and malfunction exercises, what other way do u use your snap caps?
 

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What are snap caps ?
 

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Ooooooooooh shiny.
 

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I take them with me to the LGS or gun shows if I'm looking to buy a firearm. This way, clerks who might otherwise be resistant to allowing prospective buyers dry fire their weapons have no excuse to let me feel the trigger out before buying. They always are appreciative.
 

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I like to let some one else load my magazine with my snap caps, putting them in an order I do not know about with live ammo. This allows me to see just how well I am shooting or if I am pulling or flincing.
 

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jebarlow said:
I like to let some one else load my magazine with my snap caps, putting them in an order I do not know about with live ammo. This allows me to see just how well I am shooting or if I am pulling or flincing.
Good idea ;)
 

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jebarlow said:
I like to let some one else load my magazine with my snap caps, putting them in an order I do not know about with live ammo. This allows me to see just how well I am shooting or if I am pulling or flincing.
That is a great idea! You can also treat it like a type 1 or 2 malfunction.
 

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CountryMick said:
I take them with me to the LGS or gun shows if I'm looking to buy a firearm. This way, clerks who might otherwise be resistant to allowing prospective buyers dry fire their weapons have no excuse to let me feel the trigger out before buying. They always are appreciative.
That's good too! Never thought of that!
 

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Stupid question, snap caps eject too right?
 

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perfect thanks
 

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jebarlow said:
I like to let some one else load my magazine with my snap caps, putting them in an order I do not know about with live ammo. This allows me to see just how well I am shooting or if I am pulling or flincing.
I'll be trying that next time I go to the range, if they let me... Great way to train, not only for flinching or trigger jerk but for malfunctions as well.
 
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