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Thread: We have drill rounds! 7.62x25, 7.62x39, 7.62x54R, .303 British, 7.92x33, 7x57, 7.5x55

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    Quote Originally Posted by HalifaxArmyNavyStore View Post
    Inert round, similar to a snap cap, but instead of being designed to prevent damage to the firing pin from being dry-fired, it functions just like a live round for function testing, practice, etc.

    Trying to see if your newly-fitted magazine feeds properly without going to the range? Throw a drill round in there and work the action.
    Have the urge to practice loading/unloading drills? Drill rounds to the rescue!
    Also good for display, or scaring people who are about to ACTS PROVE your firearm.
    So these are NOT meant for dry firing ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HalifaxArmyNavyStore View Post
    Inert round, similar to a snap cap, but instead of being designed to prevent damage to the firing pin from being dry-fired, it functions just like a live round for function testing, practice, etc.

    Trying to see if your newly-fitted magazine feeds properly without going to the range? Throw a drill round in there and work the action.
    Have the urge to practice loading/unloading drills? Drill rounds to the rescue!
    Also good for display, or scaring people who are about to ACTS PROVE your firearm.
    I actually do use those for dry-firing. The new 'primer' tends to wear out faster than actual snap caps, but works for what I use them for (bringing the hammer down before storage).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingots View Post
    So these are NOT meant for dry firing ?
    While not being really meant for dry-firing, they will work for that. The biggest issue with that would be the polymer in the primer socket will wear out faster than purpose-built snap caps.
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    New varieties in stock!

    7.92x33 Kurz one round for $4
    7x57 (7mm Mauser) two rds for $10
    7.5x55 (GP11) two rds $10

    As usual, prices are plus tax (& shipping if applicable).



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