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Snap caps are basically dummy bullets that will stop your firing pin from being damaged in dry-firing. They're also useful for practicing loading and unloading firearms where live ammo wouldn't be safe. I've usually seen them in packs of two for about $3-$5. You can get them at most sporting goods stores that sell guns if they have a decent selection.
 

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If you want to, I'd get an airsoft pistol to practice with. You don't have to even get up off the couch with one of those - they fire a 6mm plastic pellet via spring or pressurized gas at safe velocities. You can pick yourself up a spring pistol for $10 at WalMart and a $5 sticky target, and just practice for a few hours with no additional cost, minus the BB's you lose. Those are super cheap anyway.

If you want a more realistic semi-auto shooter, get a $40 gas gun like the AirMag C11 by Crossman and use that.
 
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