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Old May 14, 2022, 04:13 PM   #6
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Not a good idea !!!

I've got to agree with Gary and Bill on this.
The hammer block looks to be a hard steel rod but the frame is not. eventually I can see potential damage to the frame, if dry-fired repeatedly, ,....

On the subject of dry-firing, I don't teach it or promote it, for more than one reason. Then another member got all huffy and informed me that there are times and conditions when dry-firing, is acceptable. I agreed with him but still feel it should be a rare exceptions. ....

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