my XD45 hates me right now, it hasn't been out to play in a few weeks, the little Beretta Bobcat has been getting all the attention because it's exponentially cheaper to shoot .22lr's all day. But the XD does get nightstand duty, along with the 870 express :guns:shaner said:well spend time with your xd , they always help me out ahahah
From what I have read on here, I think snap caps are correct but i think you can do it without them...I would probably use them just to be safe..question....can i dry fire my new taurus revolver? snap caps required or no?
thanks for the links, mozilla firefox was being a pain last night & not letting me use the search function. looks like i'll be buying some snapcaps in the near futureQwiks draw said:Here's some info that should answer the query.
Qwiks draw said:Snap caps are inexpensive compared to ammo and you can practice anytime or anywhere in a residence in safe manner.
Noticing flinch, jerking the trigger, bad habits, or just becoming proficient are just some of pros for snap cap practice.
Maybe you folks are all aware of this, but going to state this anyway. When practicing with snap caps do not have any live ammo in the immediate area at all. This may seem obvious to all, but carelessness and letting the guard down have caused many a negligent discharge, some causing great harm, that should be avoided at all costs.
Qwiks draw said:I figured you know what to do and how to practice safely.
Just in case there are new shooters or us old ones who might forget is why I covered that.
Excellent points about people in other apartments or residences close by.