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.338 Norma Mag Snap Caps-do they exist?

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.338 Norma Mag Snap Caps-do they exist?

Is there such a thing? I need to do some serious dry firing practice.

Along those lines, it there a real danger in dry firing a Stiller Tac338 action? I know that's a no-no with rimfires and certainly with older weapons but thinking it may not harm a modern day firing pin.

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    Re: .338 Norma Mag Snap Caps-do they exist?

    That would be a great DIY project.

    Simply insert (pressure fit) a piece of very hard rubber into the primer pocket, or

    Fill the primer pocket using the wife's hot glue gun.

    Oh yeah, use a empty case.
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