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Old September 6, 2012, 10:20 AM   #68
mooner
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I don't mind other people dry firing my guns. I do it all the time, how is it going to matter if someone else does.

If I am looking at a gun for either immediate or future purchase I have no problem working the action or dry firing the gun and almost never ask. If they don't like me dry firing, I guess they will tell me and I probably won't be purchasing from them or visiting the store in the future.

I am sure some will call this incredibly rude, of well. By my standard, dry firing a gun is part of knowing how it will work for me and if a person is looking at a gun for purchase - absolutely required.
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