If you're going to own em', you have to HANDLE & PRACTICE with them. Putting a gun in the nightstand and never touching it indicates you may want to take up another hobby. We all know you can't go to the range every day but you CAN handle, become familiar with, dry fire and run that action, operate that cylinder and practice loading that cylinder or magazine. BUT......, NOT with real ammunition!! Many people avoid dry firing their gun because they fear breaking a firing pin. Well, that is possible sometimes. Dummy or mock ammo is not real/live ammo. Most are plastic,.. ours are real bullets, real cases, silicone in the primer pocket, to protect the firing pin, but.... NO POWDER. Go out and get some snap caps or contact us. Practice loading, unloading, dry firing, firearms manipulation and with FAKE ammo. Use over & over & over-100's of times. You will NEVER be as good without dry firing as you will WITH dry firing. NEVER PRACTICE ANYTHING, IN THE HOME, WITH LIVE AMMUNITION!
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By: Richard In: Colorado
One of the " Best " videos on Mock Ammo. I've tried the other plastic mock ammo and just like you said - half the time they won't extract. WOW, I'll be getting some of these.