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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A snap cap is a device which appears similar to a standard firearm cartridge but contains no primer or projectile and is used to dry fire older firearms of specific design. Snap caps usually contain a spring-dampened false primer which absorbs some of the force from the firing pin allowing the user to safely test the function of the firearm without damaging the components of the firearm. A small number of rimfire and centerfire weapons of older design should not be test-fired with the chamber empty as this can lead to weakening and possible breakage of the firing pin and increased wear to other components in those firearms. In the instance of a rimfire weapon of primitive design, "dry firing" can also cause deformation of the chamber edge. For this reason some shooters use a snap cap in an attempt to cushion the weapon''s firing pin as it moves forward. Snap caps and action-proving dummy cartridges do have usage as a training tool to replace live rounds for loading and unloading drills, as well as training for mis-fires or "jams".
0.23 x 0.15 x 0.01 m; 0.136 kg