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Dry firing my sig good idea bad idea?

Discussion in 'Shooting Chat' started by Vince Griffeth, Feb 2, 2019.

  1. rockchalk06

    rockchalk06 Sharpshooter

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    Little late, but I haven’t owned a Sig that I didn’t dry fire at least a few thousand if not more times before I ever stuck a live round in it.

    Between practice draws and dry fire DA pulls, it’s almost given for me to have a few thousand before I carry it. Don’t ever recall a time I’ve ever had a Sig or a Glock have issues with dry firing.
     
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    Ever since I bought my first pistol 30 yrs now it been 357 Magnum revolvers .then my wife introduced me to Glock well been semi-Auto since I really like my G19 I really Love my new sig p229. Now just master it. So do Appreciate the help !
     
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    I had a Browning BDA 45 and did dry fire the sam hell out of it. Just didn't like the grip angle compared to a 1911. Too upright.
     

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