You're not supposed to dry fire a 22LR, or any rimfire weapon, right? So here's a trick to help you still get quality practice at home.www.everydaymarksman.co
P.S. The OP's wording choice is mixed ("round"?), but it seems like Blume answered the question most concisely.
Not to be too nit-picky, I would also add, "while pointing the gun in a safe direction at a suitable inert backstop, and while wearing eye- and hearing-protection, with no possibility of harm coming to any humans, trans-humans, children, pets, or members of any endangered or threatened species," if "saf
He didn't ask directly about dry-firing or Snap-Caps.
Yup, cheap on E-bay. If you are using them for dry firing, they only last a few times before falling apart. Best to use the metal dummy roundsBe aware that dummy cartridges are available. Those I've seen were very accurate reproductions of blue plastic. They are used in training classes. Don't know the source, but should be easy to find.
Thank You, never knew about them. Never had to hang any drywall.
Yeah, I get it now. Plastic things like that come with a lot of things you buy that may hang on a wall. If you wanted a really solid anchor you would use a molly screw.Not for hanging sheets of drywall. For attaching something to drywall. Like a thermostat or picture. Screws just pull out hence the need for anchors