Thread: Dry firing?
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Old December 30, 2012, 11:19 AM   #9
BerdanSS
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My kimber 1911s say in the owner book TO dry fire them to let down a cocked hammer. It goes on to say that on an unloaded pistol dropping the hammer by "ridding" it down from full cock can damage it and if the hammer is cocked with the pistol unloaded, the only acceptable way to let it down is to dry fire. Though for practicing trigger control and more than average dry firing, snap caps never hurt anything I use them in my uberti '73 SAAs
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