New Snubbie-Snap Caps


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MCM
February 24, 2009, 02:48 AM
I am still fairly new here.So in turn, I will post what I think!
Just bought a new .357 Taurus 605SS2. Already ordered Taurus combat grips,plan to use this as replacement for an ancient(yet beautiful,110% functional)Colt AGENTas CCW. Please all write your +'s,&-'s,I would expect nothing less! Will most likely shoot +P's @ range,if not carry the same.
Anyway,here is my question; From all indications,I have been advised to work this trigger over fairly well. Can I? Do I? Dry fire it? Or do I use snap caps to work in this new Thing?(Or a combination of both)? Thanks to Y'All.

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ArchAngelCD
February 24, 2009, 02:51 AM
Even though it's the common belief dry firing anything but a .22 is fine without snap caps I wouldn't do it. Don't get me wrong, a trigger pull or two will do no harm but pulling the trigger 500 or more times can't be good for any firing pin. A set of snap caps is cheap insurance against damaging your new revolver.

earlthegoat2
February 24, 2009, 08:08 AM
Im quite certain Taurus' manufacturers suggestion in the manual is not to dry fire most of their revolvers. Get the snap caps. Its 15 bucks or less of money well spent.

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