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I apologize if this has been covered elsewhere, but i wasn't able to find the answer on my own by searching other posts. And, i'd like to get an answer from an educated source.



Just bought my m&p9 yesterday and won't be able to get to the range until Wed/Thurs. I would love to get a headstart on learning the trigger on my new pistol by dryfiring, so...



Is there any reason that i shouldn't dry-fire my new M&P? I know that certain pistols can be damaged by dry-firing, so i thought i'd ask someone who knows before starting.

Also, should i avoid releasing the slide on an empty chamber, or is it ok?



I thank you in advance for the info..
 

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choochboost said:
Dry-fire is okay with the M&P.



Dropping the slide on a empty chamber is generally considered to be a bad idea. Nothing catastrophic, but not good either.


What he said. :wink:
 

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choochboost said:
Dropping the slide on a empty chamber is generally considered to be a bad idea. Nothing catastrophic, but not good either.


Ok... I'm new... what is meant by "dropping the slide on an empty chamber"????
 

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I think someone just came out with a "training" bar just for dry fire practice.... who was it? :roll:
 
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