I am going to take a wild stab in the dark and say that not many on this forum are unaware of the potential issues that can happen when you dry fire a firearm chambered for rimfire cartridges. If you did learn something from this video though, let me know.
I never dry fire any rim fire but I have a s&w 617 that a family member borrowed and dry fired on two chambers and peened them . It did not effect the way the gun functions but it did pies me off to the point I won’t let outher people handle my guns unless I am right with them.
Ruger states that the 10/22 can be dry fired. But generally it’s a bad idea. Snap caps are made to allow it and if you go to a hardware store #4-#6 x 7/8 drywall anchors can be used and they’re inexpensive, a few bucks for 100.
I learned something today
I’ll bring some for you on Sunday. Both to use and so that you can see the right ones just in case there’s more than one to choose from. I don’t think they’re as good as real rimfire snap caps.