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Old 06-07-2012, 12:37 AM   #21
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Maybe its got one of them "california mag safeties" on it
??maybe so??


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Old 06-07-2012, 07:22 PM   #22
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What do you mean? Are you saying it won't dry fire without the mag inserted? I've dry fired mine thousands of times without the mag in the gun.
No no it of course will fire without the mag i had just heard that it is deemed safe by SA only while the mag is in it, not sure why.


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No no it of course will fire without the mag i had just heard that it is deemed safe by SA only while the mag is in it, not sure why.
That question/comment was directed at the guy who said you HAVE to have the mag inserted, not you Zombie.
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That question/comment was directed at the guy who said you HAVE to have the mag inserted, not you Zombie.
Oh my bad i just picked a quote to shove in my 2 cents lol but yeah
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Make sure while "dry firing", you hold the gun tight like when "live" firing, practice only makes perfect, when you practice perfectly.
Good advice. Whether you are firing live or dry, your stance, grip, presentation, sight picture, etc. should all be exactly the way you are trying to learn to do it.
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You can dry fire wo issues.

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Hey has anyone mentioned that you can safely dry fire a glock?

Ya, you can do that



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