With or without snap caps? What say you?
this guy contradict himself, if you want to keep your gun it tip top shape you don't abuse it dry firing it without a snap cap. when you snap a trigger it sets off kinetic energy and that energy has to be absorbed somewhere. with out a snap cap the inside of the breach face and firing pin that the abuse. even a hammer will give and break with enough blows
I posted it somewhere else but I will post it here alsoI find it hard to believe you can damage a gun that must be dry fired to disassembly to be damaged by dry firing.
FAQ | GLOCK USACan I dry fire my Glock pistol?
It is ok to dry fire your Glock pistol, but in situations where the pistol will be subjected to continuous sessions of dry firing, the use of a snap cap or dummy round is recommended.