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just want to ask all certified glocker's, is it true that if ur going to dry fire ur glock, it will torn down the firing pin and trigger... thanks in advance..
 

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I'm certified all right, but not in Glocks. I dry fire mine all the time, no problems yet.
 

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Maybe wear down the springs but I can't see it wearing down the pin or the trigger. Plus you can get a new set of springs for around $10.
 

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Not a certified Glock armorer, but you can dry fire all you want. If you're worried though, get some snap caps.
 

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I'm not certified at anything, but from what I have read Glocks can be dry fired with no problems, may even smooth out the trigger some.
 

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I have heard people passing that information as fact on other forums but I have seen nowhere from a creditable source that it is the case
 

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Yeah...while I have done it with my Glocks, and other guns, I wouldn't make a career out of doing that, for sure..
 
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