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Old 11-02-2012, 11:57   #3
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You have to dry-fire a glock in order to take it apart, so that alone is a good indicator dry-firing is fine if they made it a part of the operation. It's been ages since I read one but I think it says in the glock manual that dry-firing is okay too. On the safe side you can always buy snap caps like me, which are also great for practicing reloads, tap and rack drills, etc.
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