Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Kroze, Nov 17, 2005.
I have a Glock 19 and i've heard somewhere that you can dry fire them and it's okay...?
i dry fire all mine all the time. So far i've had no ill effects. I dont see how it could be any worse than firing it with ammo in it.
Never dry fire a rimfire.
you have to dry fire a XD to field strip it
according the glock manual and topglock its ok to dry fire it
Same with Glocks.
i was gonna say that too
Yep, dry firing is fine for anything. I don't care to do it to my O/U, but I'll do it with anything other than my rimfires.
nope.. dont dry fire a CZ52, you'll have a broken firing pin in no time
The guy at the gun store told me it's fine to dry fire a glock, I have those dry fire dummy rounds with the spring in them for my other guns.
Glock and Sig agree with you, but Beretta doesn't. Go figure
It will do no harm
you can buy snapcaps
The small possibility of damaging the firing pin assembly, which is even more reduced by the use of snap caps, is outweighed by the benefits of trigger control practice gained by dry firing.
what kind of things should you be practicing during dry fire exercises?
If you DON'T dryfire /yourself
why cant you dryfire a rimfire?
it will peen the chamber.
farce, However you shouldn't dryfire rimfire rifle or pistol and shotguns.
this is for the m16-a2 assault rifle but i'm sure you can apply it for the pistol....
natural point of aim.
now you can say you've been taught the marine corps marksmanship!!!