Strike Industries Dummy Rounds - 5.56 NATO

Manufactured by Strike Industries
SKU: SI-DR-556
MPN: SI DR-556-RED
Manufactured by Strike Industries
5 Reviews
$5.50

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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 Gauge5.56 NATO
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

dummy rounds

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they do the job.

strike ind dummy rounds

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work pretty good, seem to jam a little, will get the metal ones on the next order.

Spend the extra dollar for the MAGPUL ones

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Cons:
<br>The polymer is quite soft compared to the MAGPUL dummy rounds, and as a result they don't seem to cycle very well. After running them through my AR twice they show visible dents and wear and only cycle about 50% of the time (often fail to extract).
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<br>Pros:
<br>They're orange.
<br>They can be used as a more difficult malfunction/remedial action trainer when mixed in with live ammo.
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<br>TLDR: Spend the extra dollar for the MAGPUL ones

Jam, Don't Eject, Had to Hammer out.

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If you want to practice clearing catastrophic failure to ejects. Look no further!
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<br>Each of these jam in the camber of my PSA 5.56 NATO bad. Sometimes you can pull the charging handle back with a pretty good amount of force and they'll eject.
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<br>Other times you have to beat the butt stock on the ground to eject.
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<br>Other times you need a cleaning rod and mallet to tap the dummy round out because the rounds polymer ejection lip got ripped off by the ejector.
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<br>So great practice for clearing catastrophic failure to ejects. Useless if you just want to practice bad primers, flinching, or just dry firing.

Jamming

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Jammed in barrel, thought it was a one time thing. Tried another and jammed again. Waste of money and time. Don't bother with this terrible product.