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Brass Snap Caps

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Jollytrapshooter, Jan 9, 2009.

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  1. Jollytrapshooter

    Jollytrapshooter Member

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    I thought I should start a new thread for my snap caps (pictured below). If anyone who has received my snap caps would like to post what they think of them, please do. Otherwise, this is just letting everybody know about my snap caps. If you would like a pair they are $15.00 a pair or $8.00 a single plus $1.50 shipping. If you would like to buy by Paypal, credit card or "eCheck", you can go to the products section at the website above. Otherwise, I can take money order, and for that you can contact me directly by PM or the email above.

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    Thanks! Josh
     
  2. bt100ed

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    I bought 3 pair and couldn't be happier. Well made!!!! Fast fair shipping/
    ED
     
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    JollyTrapShooter, these fuzz bunnies look cute. Can you compare their design to that of traditional snap cap shells? In what way are they different? Forgive my ignorance if their uniqueness is all but obvious to the more experienced shooters.
     
  5. Jollytrapshooter

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    Well, I've seen many different designs for snap caps. One is the solid blaze orange plastic ones that protect the firing pin with the plastic base. Then there is the clear plastic ones that have a plastic piece with a spring behind it to protect the firing pins. Then I've seen ones like what motordoc used to sell that had a brass base with a mop like mine, only his had a metal piece with a spring behind it to protect the firing pin. Mine like I said, have the brass base, and a piece of nylon to protect the firing pin. Thanks, Josh.
     
  6. Toddy

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    I bought 6 pair and gave out as Christmas gifts and everyone was pleased.

    Reg. Todd
     
  7. Jollytrapshooter

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    I received an email from someone regarding 16 gauge snap caps. I replied to the email, but haven't heard from you since. It might be because your email has blocked my message. Anyway, if you're still interested, I'd be glad to help you out. Josh
     
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    just placed my order. ty
    Scott Hubble
     
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    What happens if you use your snap caps in an Ithaca Model 37?

    Do they catch on the lifter arms when ejecting?

    Lou
     
  11. Jollytrapshooter

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    Lou, to tell you the truth, I've never tried one in a bottom ejecting pump. They are longer than a standard 2 3/4" shell, so they might catch. Maybe someone else has a 37 and a snap cap they can test this theory on? Thanks, Josh.
     
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    I will most likely order one for my Baker SBT, but I would also order for my two Model 37's if I thought they would not get stuck
     
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    I would like to know if they will get caught up in the action of an Ithaca 37 before I try it!
     
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    Great snap caps, I bought four


    Letts
     
  15. headhunter

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    Josh, Just ordered both sets of snap caps from your website. Do you make any for 28ga? If you do, I would like a set.
    Thanks,
    Bob
     
  16. JJJ

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    I bought two(2). GREAT PRODUCT & GREAT SERVICE.
    Joe Jordan
     
  17. perazzi2005

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    Received my pair of snap caps Friday. Thanks Josh.. Less than one week from ordering.. You can't beat that with a stick!! Thanks again-----Dave Oberst
     
  18. Jollytrapshooter

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    Glad everybody likes them. Sales on these things are actually starting to pick up since shooting season is just around the corner. I've always said, if anybody finds anything wrong with any of our products, feel free to contact me and we'll get it fixed. Otherwise, thanks for all of the good compliments, Josh.
     
  19. gyrine

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    I got mine in the mail today. First Class product. First Class service. gyrine
     
  20. headhunter

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    Josh,
    Recieved all the Snap Caps today. Quality product! Real nice job. The 28ga are perfect as are all the others. Great communication and service. Thumbs up for Josh. Get some!

    Bob
     
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