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Old 10-30-2010, 10:02 PM   #11
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Default your missing the question...SHOULD THEY DRYFIRE??????

This isnt my first gun purchase, its more of a novelty then anything. I already have a Taurus Millenium Pro 40 S&W, it broke the first time out. Thankfully Taurus' have lifetime warrenties. My original question was SHOULD THESE GUNS DRY FIRE????? Thats the only question, I'm not looking for opinions on what gun I should buy, I'm just trying to get a question answered.
I know there cheap, I know they suck, I also know for what I'm gonna pay for it its probably worth more in scrap. Anyway nevermind it sounds like most of you guys aren't sure 1 way or the other. Thanks anyway.

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If you're gonna go with a cheapie at least get a Hi-Point !
If you can do better please do. If funds are the problem save a bit and get a Taurus, they are good quality guns that won't break the bank ! EAA is another option. They are made by Tangfolio based on the Browning Hi-Power and CZ-75 design. These are good guns for the money as well. They can be a bit bulky, but they work just fine and hold a lot of rounds. Their 10 mm is pretty popular.
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This isnt my first gun purchase, its more of a novelty then anything. I already have a Taurus Millenium Pro 40 S&W, it broke the first time out. Thankfully Taurus' have lifetime warrenties. My original question was SHOULD THESE GUNS DRY FIRE????? Thats the only question, I'm not looking for opinions on what gun I should buy, I'm just trying to get a question answered.
I know there cheap, I know they suck, I also know for what I'm gonna pay for it its probably worth more in scrap. Anyway nevermind it sounds like most of you guys aren't sure 1 way or the other. Thanks anyway.
Sorry to get off track. If it is striker fired some dry firing won't hurt.
If they are hammer and pin, I don't recommend it ! What generation Millenium do you have ?
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