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Old April 29, 2013, 04:08 PM   #5
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My favorite rule regarding firearms has always been 'never cover anything with the muzzle you are unwilling to destroy'. I bought a Remington 673 in .350 RM brand new. I was sitting in the living room with this unloaded rifle, dry-firing it to see just how bad the lawyer-friendly trigger was. Every 10 to 12 rounds the pin would fall when I closed the bolt. Had I not done the dry-firing in the house, that pin would have fallen on a live .350 Remington Magnum at the range. It is good gun safety that keeps mechanical malfunctions and human error from turning into tragedy.
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