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    Dry Firing Kimbers

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    I've used azoom snap caps in some of my other autos ( Don't get on me for saying I have two Keltecs)

    Any harm in using snaps caps for dry fire in my UCII? Seems the manual says it's ok to dry fire without them.

    Thanks!

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    I've heard old timers say not to dry fire, but a gun enthusiast friend of mine said the he dry dumps all of his guns from various manufacturers, and has never had a problem...hope that helps.

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    Although it's supposed to be OK to dry-fire M1911 clones, I don't. It's gotta be hard on the gun.
    Use snap caps. Azoom makes really good ones.

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    Snap caps are just too cheap an insurance policy to not use them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve M1911A1 View Post
    Although it's supposed to be OK to dry-fire M1911 clones, I don't. It's gotta be hard on the gun.
    Use snap caps. Azoom makes really good ones.
    Quote Originally Posted by DevilsJohnson View Post
    Snap caps are just too cheap an insurance policy to not use them.
    +1

    I also use A-Zoom snap caps. Get the aluminum and not the plastic if you can. They are about $12-$15 for a package of 5.

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    HA!! I just died laughing at dosborn's pic signature. So true these days...

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