12-22-2015, 06:20 PM
Join Date: Mar 2014
Location: Sumner County, TN
Originally Posted by Trex
I've been told that you can dry fire the new guns without causing any damage.
The only range we have is outdoors so we've ordered the laser light in both .380 and 9mm along with the training target.
It works great. I've perfected my shots quite a bit. Helps you really get to know your weapon and without the noise and ammo waste. You can easily learn your mistakes, etc.
if you are using the cartridges, keep in mine, one shot per either hammer pull or rack. My advice is, use a hammer fired gun because wracking hard will wear the cartridge down fast. OR when racking, let it slide forward easily for (edit: striker), fired guns.
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Last edited by bhunted; 12-22-2015 at 07:31 PM.