You mean that snap caps are made of a material that is softer than my weapon, and won't harm it when cycled through it? I just don't understand why they don't make snap caps out of hardened stainless or titanium or something, so it won't break apart in a precision firearm with tight tolerances like a Glock. I hope A-zoom rectifies this soon.
Some good info if you fast forward through his belaboring each point. The Tiptons look like a good product, and the 9 mil price at 11 bucks on amazon. It does sound to me that he has a bit of an obsession with dry firing. Having owned hundreds and fired some thousands of times. I don't have that kind of time and would rather spend it at the range with bullets that go bang.