Lyman® A-Zoom Snap Caps
It is a snapcap. Not much to say.
If you know what a snapcap is, and what it does, then there is not much to comment. But for those who do not know, it is a dummy round designed to protect your firing pin when you "dry fire" your firearm in order to practice.
Many of today's firearms can be damaged by continuous dry firing. A snapcap protects and prevents against that kind of damage. Think of it as whiplash to a firing pin, if you practice without a snapcap.
December 16, 2013
Great training device.
I’m old school. I mean I’m only 42 but old school so I don’t dry fire my weapons. I know that for most major manufactures it is safe to do so, I still don’t do it. I primarily use this snap caps for trigger control and miss fire drills. I have my kids go down range with five magazines two or three will have one or two snap cap. The zoom snap caps cycle perfectly so they never notice the difference. I used to use another brand but we were able to know when they were coming as it was not like a real round. Now with this one they just have to react accordantly and recover fast. They just don’t stay still in front of a target. I have them running obstacles taking cover and engaging different targets. It is great to see them recover and quickly put rounds down range. Every one that owns a fire arm is responsible of being efficient with it and knowing with what to do when things go wrong. We leave in an imperfect world and we have to adjust to anything and know what to do. Therefore, every fire arm owner should own snap caps.
June 26, 2012
Real World Practice!
If you are serious about your skill with your CCW, these are for you. Practice mag changes for real with Snap Caps. These are excellent for learning trigger pull with both eyes open & no flinch.
Gain confidence & better skills during live fire with Snap Caps.
November 27, 2013
I purchased some of these for my 22 and 12 gauge and they are extremely durable i was teaching my friends kid to shoot on the 22 and and no matter how many times he dropped the rounds or dry fired they are still as good as new
December 24, 2011