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Was wondering if any of you guys that reload make them and sell them?

If so, let me know please.
 

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@ajole Not very good reviews on the Stainless ones. I'm also seeing some people saying that .380 works better than the 9mm ones (probably due to the length?).
 

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I have made my own. For all the calibers I reload. I find they work better as snap caps, function checks. Most store bought ones are shit. I haven't made any in a long while sorry
 

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If your just using them for dry fire and don't need a bullet in the end drive the old primer out with a paneling nail or punch and cut up a piece of pencil eraser to stick in the primer pocket. Otherwise hit me with a PM and how many and any other calibers you need.
 

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If your just using them for dry fire and don't need a bullet in the end drive the old primer out with a paneling nail or punch and cut up a piece of pencil eraser to stick in the primer pocket. Otherwise hit me with a PM and how many and any other calibers you need.
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