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    For all of you instructors or cwp holder there is an inexpensive metal case dummy round on the market for about a year now . You can buy them by the piece or bulk and they are CHEAP !!!!!!!!! I give them to my students to practice dry firing and load / unload exercises . The company is : ST ACTION PRO It's a great product at a great price . Just google it or go to Training Ammo, Dummy Rounds, Tactical Gear - ST Action Pro

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    I've been using them for years. Great product!
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    I've been looking into getting some snap caps for dry-fire practice. I see on these dummy rounds they feature a "recessed primer hole prevents damage to your firing pin." Seems like this would fail to perform the same function as a snap cap in that capacity.

    I definitely need some of these dummies for malfunction/ball and dummy drills, but should I have some snap caps in addition to/instead for my dry-firing?

    Am I missing something?
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    The cops up here use them a fair bit, I use a mix of snapcaps for the round that will be mostly dryfired, the all plastic bullets and my own dummy loads to bulk up the mag. Mag changes with a full mag show up lots of "oops" when practicing.

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    I have the 9mm, 40, 45, 12 gauge and .223 rounds, they are great, easy to spot and last forever.

    I use them for my LEO classes and MY CFP classes..
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