Product Releases/Reviews/More

Hello Member!

Remember Me
Forgot username  Forgot password Resend activation link

Open Login/User Panel

Wednesday, 12 January 2022 09:48

Dummy Round Promises to Help Prepare You for Type 3 Malfunctions

Written by

The Type3MalfunctionRound is a durable nylon dummy round which simulates the Type 3 Malfunction, exactly as we would experience it in reality, under livefire training conditions.

Currently available in 9mm, .40, .45, and .380 calibers for a current price of $19.95 for a quanity of five (of a singluar caliber type), this is a nylon dummy round which simulates the Type 3 Malfunction, exactly as you might experience it in reality under live fire.

What is a Type 3 Malfunction?

For those of you new to firearms or with little training, there are three major types of malfunctions that can happen with semi-automatic handguns: Failure to Fire, Stove-Pipe, and Double-Feed. We are not going to go into detail right here and now about each one as you can easily looks those up via Google.

All three are serious and could have devasting and even fatal consequences should you not know how to quickly recognize and recover from such a malfunction in real life self-defense situation with your semi-automatic handgun. That is why it is so important to practice for these type of scenarios.

The first type, failure to fire, is usually easy to set-up and train for using your basic dummy round. The other two are quite hard to set-up and train for during any course of live fire training as they have been diffuclt to replicate with a bit of suprise.

Normally the only way to set-up for either one would be to acutally set-up it as if it had already happened which thus takes a way the surprise of when it happens and without knowing when it was going to happen.

For more information, see the video below provided by Live Fire Training on their Type3MalfunctionRound.

Now, we are no longer limited in our training efforts, we can experience the "Mother of all Malfunctions" in Live Fire Tactical Training.
Product Website: (non-affiliated link)


People in this conversation

Comments (1)

NVShootAndTrain Admin Author
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site

Interesting. Thoughts? Anyone ever try these?

There are no comments posted here yet

Leave your comments

  1. Posting comment as a guest. Sign up or login to your account.
Attachments (0 / 3)
Share Your Location
Type the text presented in the image below
Read 811 times









Remember Me
Forgot username  Forgot password

Cron Job Starts