Originally Posted by 1smoothredneck
My rule is I don't dry fire rimfires. Most all centerfire guns, I dry fire 'em.
I agree, but ad to list of no dry fires a Kel-Tec P32 and variants. I had to get a new fp spring and fp because of that, fortunately KT supplied replacements at no cost, even though I explained to them that it was my fault. The recommended snap caps for DF practice.
I also wouldn't dry fire older S&W revolvers much.