Rubber ? Even hard rubber is going to catch at least some. Hardly optimal for spinning. They appear to have others for the same price in solid aluminum though, that might be better. What I would really suggest though is to use your real gun (after checking it) over a good mat or something. Nothing short of a perfect replica is really going to have the same weight. Can't see how you'd really learn with anything else. Of course, for the record, I say this entirely in protest of pistol spinning in the first place. I myself have witnessed 2 different people have negligent discharges in my life thus far from wanting to "spin" their pistols. And I've certainly heard of others. It's a really bad practice that made it's way into gun society by way of hollywood. I understand that its used for performace, but I sure wish it weren't. It truly encourages the worst kind of dangerous and negligent gun behavior.
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