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    Jimmy19 is offline Junior Member
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    Rossi Dry fire?? help

    For all you gun vets that own Revolvers I have a question. I own a Rossi 971 with the firing pin on the hammer, I was wondering if it was bad for my gun to dry fire it and if so why? I have been trying to research but I have no clear reason why i shouldn't dry fire. Also Should I just but snapcaps to dry fire practice with? Have any stories where the pin broke off? or do you dry fire yours?

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    Re: Rossi Dry fire?? help

    I know of a couple of Rossis that have had firing pins break, I can not recall if they were hammer mounted pins or not.

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    Dry-fire all you want, but use snap-caps to do it. It's just cheap insurance.

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