I don’t know about you, but for me these little guys were one of those items that just kept being pushed to the wayside. These beauties can be had for $16-$18 and I always would look and say, “hmm .. I'd rather buy a box of ammo”. To me, their value as a training aid never seemed great enough to warrant the expenditure. However after buying my first wheelgun that can utilize a speed-loader, changed this for me. I wanted the ability to practice reloading with a speed-loader while at home and decided that snap caps would be a great safety measure to take. My entry into using these with speed-loaders have piqued my interest in utilizing them in regular magazines while training with semi automatic pistols as well.
Claim to Fame: Functionality.
Target Market: Anyone involved in shooting sports.
- Precision CNC Machined
- Made in the U.S.
- Patented “Dead Cap” provides limitless dry firing
- Hard anodized
- Facilitates a safer training and or working environment
What other aesthetic options or finishes are available?: This product is available in over 100 other calibers. My experience has been with .38 special and 12 gauge and I have had nothing but great results. A-Zoom
What others are saying?: One review I found was very critical about the quality of the A-Zoom snap caps.
Price Point: I purchased mine on Amazon for under $16 shipped, seems this is the cheapest route.
I need it now! Availability: These can be found online such as on Amazon or the manufacturer. They are also typically at your local gun store in common calibers.
+ Solid Contstruction + Great fit
- Anodizing will rub off