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I am not a gun expert so I am not able to give details. All of the shooting instructors I’ve worked with insist you dry fire as practice and a couple times even setting up for a shot on a hunt. Good practice mad does nothing to the gun. Our fathers were working off bad experiences with guns made 100 years ago.Hi, Philip,
Can you explain this in more details?
What makes modern firearm different from vintage guns, when it comes to dry fire?
First time I hear that, and I am using dummy rounds for dry firing in rifles, but also in shotgun with single trigger.
Thank you in advance!