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Is It OK To Dry-Fire USFA's SAA Clones?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by nero45acp, Aug 20, 2006.

  1. nero45acp

    nero45acp Well-Known Member

    Is it OK to dry-fire USFA's SAA clones? Thanks.

  2. Wil Terry

    Wil Terry Well-Known Member

    NOPE !!!

    It is not considered a good practise to dryfire any SA sixgun that has the firing pin on the hammer.
    There are several reasons for this but a good look at how the firing pin enters and moves around in the firing pin oriface in the bushing should suffice.
  3. El Rocoso

    El Rocoso Active Member

    That's what "snap-caps" are for. Get some and start snappin'.

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