is it worth it to buy snap caps for 9mm's i got a ruger p95 was told dry firing doesn't hurt it really so should i bother to buy them???
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If you can get them cheap. They are worth having. They are good for function tests and decrease the wear of the gun when dry firing.
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kewl thanx think it's round 20 for 5 of em? do they have a life expectency or can u use em for a long time?
They should last basically forever.
Yeah, they should last forever. I got some for my G23 but i think i paid under 20 bucks.
Yes. The spring-loaded kind, not the solid plastic things.
I have the azoom brand and love them. Traditions makes some that are plastic with a visible spring. The traditions do not last for ever i used them when i got my first glock. Just trying to get used to the trigger, and i actually wore them out.
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I have and use snap caps for my revolver and my P238 when I practice. I'm afraid to not use them. I get mixed info on whether it's okay to dry fire or not.