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Ok this might be a dumb question but hopefully you guys can help me out. I was always taught not to dry fire anything and I just got a g22 and it seems like I end up having to dry fire a lot, to strip down etc. is there any way to avoid this?
 

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I say this every time this comes up.......

Dry fire your Glock until your have joint failure in your finger.....then sell the gun to me because it will still be okay. :D
 

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Everyone practices off the reset. It's okay, no worries.
 

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Nothing wrong with dry firing! Like Mike P says! Do it til your finger falls off:eek: because the Glock will outlast your finger. No Better Way To get to know your Pistol than to spend the evenings dry firing and getting good trigger time! Doesn't cost anything and you will be a Better shot because of it!
 

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Ok this might be a dumb question but hopefully you guys can help me out. I was always taught not to dry fire anything and I just got a g22 and it seems like I end up having to dry fire a lot, to strip down etc. is there any way to avoid this?
GLOCK does strongly reccommend the use of a snapcap if you're going to do a lot of dry firing.
 
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