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Traditions 20 Gauge Plastic Snap Caps 2-Pack

Traditions 20 Gauge Plastic Snap Caps 2-Pack is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 2.
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SKU: 023075021 Item: ASG20
Traditions The Traditions 20 Gauge Plastic Snap Caps 2-Pack can be used for practicing dry firing and teaching safe gun handling. Traditions 20 Gauge Plastic Snap Caps 2-Pack
023075021 6.99 USD

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The Traditions 20 Gauge Plastic Snap Caps 2-Pack can be used to help protect your firearms by relieving stress on your firing pins and firing pin springs. Great for practicing dry firing, teaching safe gun handling, improving shooting skills and tuning your trigger, these plastic snap caps can be placed in the chamber of your gun to allow the firing pin to lay at rest.

Features and Benefits
  • Helps protect your firearms
  • Allows the firing pin to lay at rest and relieves stress on your firing pins and firing pin springs when placed in the chamber of a gun
  • Plastic construction
  • 20 gauge
  • Great for practicing dry firing, teaching safe gun handling, improving shooting skills and tuning your trigger
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  • Traditions 20 Gauge Plastic Snap Caps 2-Pack
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk...do not buy! I had the same experience with these snap caps as AlabamaMan. They immediately jammed in my brand new Mossberg 88. I had to Google how to get them out and luckily was able to get them out with a gun cleaning rod.
Date published: 2017-02-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage / May Damage Your Firearm I purchased these snap caps for my brand new 20g Rem 870. The caps immediately got jammed in the magazine tube. I had to ram them out with a gun cleaning rod. I then purchased metal caps (which are made in the USA by another manufacturer). The metal caps cycled just fine. Thank goodness, because I was starting to think my shotgun was defective. One more thing, when these plastic snap caps got jammed, I removed the magazine cap and peeked down the tube....I could see the plastic caps were tilted in the tube, hence causing the jam. I tried these caps because they were half the price than the metal ones, BIG mistake. Just spend the extra cash and get yourself the good quality snap caps. Not worth the risk using these JUNK snap caps. I was lucky since I was able to get them out with the cleaning rod, or else I would have had to take it to a gunsmith or worse yet, would have damaged my firearm.
Date published: 2014-11-12
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