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Old May 3, 2009, 02:02 PM   #23
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So does shooting it with live rounds! Like any machine, sooner or later something is going to break. Hopefully it will be an issue for your heirs to deal with.
+1. Dry firing will certainly put much less wear and tear on your firearm than actual firing will, yet no one seems to ask if they're firing their pistols too much.

In most handguns of modern manufacture, the firing pin is a very cheap part, and easy to replace, even in the field. Get yourself a spare and go out and dry fire to your heart's content.
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