Strike Industries Dummy Rounds - .308 Win

Manufactured by Strike Industries
SKU: SI-DR-308
MPN: SI DR-308-RED
Manufactured by Strike Industries
3 Reviews
$7.50 $7.95

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Details

Details

Strike Industries products are designed by shooting experts for the shooting sportsman.

The Strike Industries Dummy Rounds are the perfect training and function test tool. They allow feeding, extraction, and magazine function testing without the worry of accidental discharge. Keep training costs down and your fundamentals sharp by dry fire training without risking damage to the firing pin.

These high-density polymer dummies can't cause corrosion in your firearm. Red for extra visibility.

Features:
  • Durable polymer construction
  • (5) Dummy rounds
  • (1) Key ring
  • Makes a great chamber lock or mag release tool
  • Wear as a key chain, necklace, etc...
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Specifications

Caliber Gauge.308 Win
FinishMatte
MaterialPolymer

WARNING: This Product can expose you to chemicals which is known to state of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information, see www.p65warnings.ca.gov

Ratings & Reviews

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Works great and doesn't chip

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I have had those red metallic dummy rounds. They tend to chip over time. These don't do that and comes in a snazzy box. I like it!

Immediately stuck in rifle

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The very first time I tried these in my LR-308, the round chambered fine, but then when i pulled the charging handle back the rim cracked right off leaving the round stuck inside the chamber. <br><br>I don't think they are precisely sized, or maybe the plastic is too soft and deforms or something, because once it was stuck in the chamber, it was not easy to remove, totally wedged in. had to pound it out with a cleaning rod.<br><br>I really like Strike Industries stuff so far and own a lot of it, but these things are cheap plastic junk that caused me nothing but problems. They went right in the trash where they belong. These may be fine for practicing loading a mag, but I will never attempt to chamber one again.

use for dry fire drills, function check, etc.

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i have something similar to this in .40 that i use to practice dry fire. i got these so i could do the same with the 308 but they really came in handy when i was having issues with my trigger. these dummy rounds weren’t completely necessary for diagnosing & fixing the trigger but it helped. i don’t like to dry-fire anything, personally. you can even mix them in a clip with live rounds to see how much you flinch or whatever: it’s some kind of exercise that i haven’t gotten around to yet. anyways, these dummies have held up fine through many cycles and no breakage or jams. well constructed & manufactured.