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Old August 18, 2013, 08:30 PM   #31
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So does that mean that if you are at the range and have a Dirty Harry moment, "did I shoot 5 or 6", you run the risk of damaging your gun if the answer is 6? If that is the case, that seems like a design disadvantage particularly if comparable competitive designs are robust to the occasional dry fire.
Firstly firing pin doesn't brake from a few dry fire shots, it take A LOT more. Secondly on the range you still have empty cases in the cylinder which at least partially, if not fully compensate...
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