Things that were taught to you as a kid are hard to change sometimes. I was taught not to snap a gun unless you were shooting at something. If you are taught that way, its the same as pointing a unloaded firearm at someone. You just don't do it. I am not comfortable snapping a gun. I don't point a empty gun at anything I don't want to shoot. Old habits dye hard, and I don't have reason to change. Just gives me more reason to snap the hammer on a loaded chamber at a target to stay in practice.quote:Originally posted by blade
KP97DC, why don't you dry fire? It's very self-organizing ritual helping a lot if you’re not practicing everyday in a range.
Blade ---care to elaborate on this? Thanksquote:Originally posted by blade
Snuffy, if you are reloading, you can make it yourself out of spent brass and cigarette lighter spring using gluegun for filler. Paint it all red and save a few bucks.