Wall Saver Safety Cylinder from Leo Combat

Nathan S
by Nathan S

In case one has not yet gleaned it from my posts, I am always all about safety (though do avoid being a “Range Nazi”). As part of that, I truly enjoy seeing innovations that allow shooters to practice with their firearms at their leisure without the possibility of a negligent discharge.

Leo Combat offers the Wall Saver Safety Cylinder for late-model Smith & Wesson J-Frame 38/357 revolvers “with the ‘sqaure’ extractor star). The Wall Saver flat-out replaces your live cylinder with a bright orange dummy including snap-caps for dry-firing.

The Wall Saver Safety Cylinder is available now direct from Leo Armory for $35.00.

Nathan S
Nathan S

One of TFB's resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR's, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.

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  • Not_a_Federal_Agent Not_a_Federal_Agent on Jul 21, 2015

    If only there was a way to visually inspect my firearms after clearing them to ensure it is empty, insert snap caps and dry fire to my hearts content using the same cylinder that is functional with real ammunition.

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    • Giolli Joker Giolli Joker on Jul 22, 2015

      @Budogunner There are training practices where guns are pointed to people... you can use a plastic gun, snap-caps or a solution like this.

  • Noob Noob on Jul 22, 2015

    I love that it is translucent so you can't possibly mistake it for having real rounds in it and that it also has a cone shaped cylinder profile which I suspect prevents any possibility of removing the snap cap and putting a live round in there on purpose.

    Would a firearm equipped with this product be robust enough to be suitable for weapon retention drills? Or would that kind of training mess up the more delicate parts like the crane on your revolver?