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What Does Dry Firing Mean?


How to Shoot Fast & Accurately  

The Gun Digest Book Of Concealed Carry


Dry Firing is when you pull the trigger on a gun that contains no ammunition. It is performed to check the function of the gun as well for trigger pull and flinching training exercises. Before you dry fire your gun, check with your manual to be sure that it will not damage your firearm. It is generally not recommended to fire guns with rimfire cartridges. Most centerfire modern day firearms will not be hurt by dry firing.




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