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Wooly Snap Caps... Great!!!!!!

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by cec, Jan 30, 2011.

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  1. cec

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    Many gun manufacturers recommend storing shotguns with the cocking springs tension let off. This can add to the functional life of the shotgun and keep it in optimum working order. Our snap caps are made with beautiful brass heads, which have spring loaded firing pins for the ease of tension that is released when shotgun is fired.

    Our quality brass snap caps have wool mops with natural lanolin that fit into the chamber area for chamber rust protection. Your favorite oil may be added to wool mop for extra rust protection. To see in our store click on the URL above.


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    Like the idea of the spring loaded firing pins. When Motordoc sold them they were spring loaded and lot of them on here now are not spring loaded.
     
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    Is that $12.95 each (singular)or $12.95 each pair.
     
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    I agree, the spring loaded snap cap, especially with brass, is the highest quality!
    Pricing can be found at the above URL. $12.95 each (Singular).
     
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    If anyone knows of a better snap cap, please let me know.
     
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    Krieghoff wooly snap caps are spring loaded and only cost $8.00 ea. Check their web sight.
     
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    Yeh, the Krieghoff's may be only $8 each, but I just tried ordering two and the shipping was $14.02....................I don't think so
     
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    You'll find the FieldandClays wooly snap caps better and less pricey. Take a look at the above URL.
     
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    Shooters! Check out our website where we sell the spring loaded snap caps for 16.99 a pair and the shipping is usually 6.95 USPS to most states.If there was a better snap cap we would be selling them! Check out our other products! We are also the distributor for Brunson Leather products.

    to order call Theresa @ 419-347-6403
     
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    Hey Rods, pretty cheap jumping on another guys for sale thread. Why don't you start your own, not like it costs you anything, except that I would never buy from someone that would do this!
     
  11. cec

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    Thank you 1steve7301 for expressing the probable feelings of most shooters!
     
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