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Thread: Give us a yay or nay. Should we carry these?

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    Give us a yay or nay. Should we carry these?

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    Some useful 22lr Snaps would be great, which are not plastic and which can be used for dry firing.

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    +1 I hate my plastic 22 snap caps

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    At this point in time ST doesn't make 22 LR. Is there a market for the items they do make?

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    These look like quality snap caps, something ive had a hard time finding.

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    Potentially interested depending on price and cost of shipping
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    A durable design is always a welcome addition to the market. The other brands are creeping up too much for my liking

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    I've used the ST Action Pro and liked them

    I just use a fired .22 casing for dry firing since the plastic ones get pretty eaten up anyway

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    Those look cool for the right price point I'd say yeah
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    Need a sling in where the primer goes to get me to buy in quantity
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