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Question to my more experienced friends out there:

Glock says dry firing will never hurt the gun, Beretta says extended dry firing may break the pin, some people down here say dry firing can't hurt a gun, some feel it is the "Kiss of death" to a gun!

So, I bought/ ordered snap caps in all my most loved calabers.

Any thoughts on this?

Does dry firing really hurt a gun. (If I don't pull a trigger at least once a day, I hurt deep deep inside)

Thanx for all your input on this!

Michael
 

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Rammstein said:
If your gun can withstand the small scale explosion and subsequent high pressure from firing a bullet...I'm sure a little dry firing here and there will be fine.

By the way, you have a Glock right? People have done far worse things to Glocks than dry fire them and they still go boom.
I actually married my Glock in an unrecognized ceremony! :help:
 
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