Author Topic: Should You Dry Fire a Glock?  (Read 5518 times)

Maine1

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Re: Should You Dry Fire a Glock?
« Reply #15 on: September 28, 2012, 02:09:45 AM »
a weapon, besides a 22, that cannot be dry fired is not worth owning. Dry firing is THE way to learn/practice/perfect technique.

I am not satisfied with an "ok" or mediocre level of skills. Dry fire is a major component in this practice.

Rick1987

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Re: Should You Dry Fire a Glock?
« Reply #16 on: October 01, 2012, 03:40:44 AM »
a weapon, besides a 22, that cannot be dry fired is not worth owning. Dry firing is THE way to learn/practice/perfect technique.

I am not satisfied with an "ok" or mediocre level of skills. Dry fire is a major component in this practice.

I don't think anyone said Glock can not be dry fired.

I dry fire mine all I want, it something happens then I will just send it back to glock to get it fixed.