30-06 “Dummy” Bullets shown in a M1 Garand en bloc clip. The holes drilled into the
cartridge case wall are visible above the level of the top of the clip for quick
and positive identification. These are a great item to have when teaching the new
or younger shooter the function of the Garand. Sorry, no clip is included with the
8 30-06 dummy rounds.
These inert Action Proving rounds are made to SAAMI standards. Each cartridge is
fully re- sized so that they will chamber properly in your firearm.
In addition to resizing, the primer pocket is removed entirely, and a clean hole
is drilled on the case wall, so that the inert status of the round can be quickly
verified. A heavy crimp has been applied to the cartridges ensuring that they will
not pull apart during function testing. All cartridges are brass cased (unless noted
otherwise) and quality bullets are used. The goal was to make a safe round that tests
the function of firearms in a realistic manner.
These inert cartridges are made using actual cartridge components and variations
in final brass finish will be present. I do try to use the shiniest brass and always
tumble the completed cartridge prior to shipping, but still, some may have light
blemishes. This does not effect their functioning.
6 Pocket bandoleer for M1 Garand. These bandoleers are real military surplus. Various
stampings on the cloth. Some USGI some foreign. All are unused but may show signs
of being in a can for decades but there will be no rips or large stains. These were
pulled from sealed ammo cans and the cartridges and enbloc clips removed. You get
the cloth bandoleer and the 6 cardboard inserts.
NEW OLD STOCK
12 Gauge Shotgun Shell
$10.00 per 4
$6.50 per 5
These CUTAWAY cartridges are carefully made from actual cartridge components. An
example of a 45 ACP FMJ (Full Metal Jacket) and 45 ACP HP (Hollow point) cartridge
I make these up by hand and they take a bit of time and finishing so delivery times
may be a little longer than my normal turnaround time. I have used these in my firearms
courses and they
Really do more than a bullet diagram poster can for teaching. I send them around
classes in a little box or have the students take a look during breaks. Pretty cool
I can also make these with a whole ‘spent’ primer in place instead of the cut in
half primer. This allows the student a good opportunity to see the whole primer cup
AND anvil, and it’s relation to the flash hole as it would be situated in a live
cartridge. Just let me know in the instructions at checkout that you want them with
the whole primers in place.
This is a great teaching tool. In every firearm class the question is asked “what
ammo should I buy?” Using actual INERT .38 special cartridges and your speed loader,
you can pass around an example of 6 bullet designs. And in a speed loader nothing
gets dropped or lost! Sure makes explaining what the bullets look like and what they
are used for easier when the students can see them up close.
Hollow point, semi wad cutter, shot shell, wad cutter, FMJ, and round nose lead.
These posters are available for purchase (without the watermark of course) I came
up with these posters for our firearm courses and a 20x30 inch poster of each hangs
in our classroom. Learning from others mistakes has always been a powerful teaching
tool! If it helps any of your students learn more about firearm safety than it is
worth it. I do not print these in bulk ( I actually go to Walgreen’s to print them)
and I get them printed to order. The poster is shipped separately from anything else
you may order on the website. More firearm safety posters coming soon.
Another great visual aid for the classroom or just a really cool display set. This
is a set of 4 different 12 gauge shotgun shells each with a different load. They
include #8 bird shot, BBB load, 00 Buck load and a very nice 12 gauge slug. The best
part is the shells are translucent and a transparent shot card is used under a roll
crimp! These look great and are the best and easiest way to describe and show what
goes into the makeup of different loads. The entire shell is INERT but looks like
the real deal down to the fake powder (actually coffee grinds) a cork buffer, a wad
that has had 2 of the petals removed to better see the load and the transparent shot
card. I was actually commissioned to make the set by a trauma center and thought
these are too interesting not to offer them. These are very nice and they do take
a long time to make up so give your order an extra day please.
When using any object that will enter the chamber of a firearm (live round, inert
cartridge, snap cap etc) it is absolutely imperative that the object be fully and
thoroughly examined when removed from the chamber of the firearm to ensure that the
object is fully intact and complete. You must be absolutely certain that there is
nothing remaining or lodged in the chamber or rifling of the barrel when it is unloaded
or when the object is removed. Any object remaining inside of the firearm’s chamber
or rifling can act as a projectile or bore obstruction if a cartridge charge is ignited
following the obstruction. If you are unsure whether the object removed from the
chamber (live round, inert cartridge, snap cap etc) is fully intact and complete,
then you must stop using that firearm immediately and seek a qualified gunsmith to
check the chamber or barrel for any obstruction or foreign object.