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Why You Shouldn’t Dry Fire .22LR Firearms

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There has always been a stigma with dry firing your firearms, and while many modern guns can be dry fired safely, it’s always a good idea to use snap caps when dry firing. This is especially true for most guns chambered in .22lr, while some .22lr firearms can be safely dry fired, some .22s such as revolvers in need to be used with snap caps. Or at the very least spent casings. Better safe than sorry.

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