Originally Posted by Krisms
just recently got an LCP for cc. is it okay to dry fire this gun or will it cause some issues down the road?
Best that I can remember, in the manual, Ruger doesn't discourage it. In fact, I think it's suggested to dry fire after cleaning to assure functionality is ok! Of course excessiveness in most anything can be a bad thing. Snap Caps are widely used for those apposed to dry firing. Regardless, it's a good idea to practice "draw and fire" frequently either with or without Snap Caps which ever way you think is best!! Like many Firearm topics this will be split and debated forever! Personally, I don't see a problem with occasionally practicing "draw and fire" with an empty gun!!