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Dry fire a 442?

Discussion in 'Smith & Wesson Club' started by IANative, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. IANative

    IANative

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    In all my 41+ years, the majority of which have been spent owning/shooting firearms, I have never owned a revolver. Until now... I've recently added a 442 to my stable. Can it be dry-fired safely, or do I need to invest in snap caps? Thanks!
     
  2. desertdisciple

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    Got a 340PD that I do dry fire...

    People I've spoken to, in several law enforcement & military groups, have said they do w/ a variety of weapons.

    As for me, about the only pistol I would NEVER dry fire...would be rimfires.
     

  3. NMPOPS

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    Dry firing won't do any damage but snap caps are cheap.