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Dry firing: okay or not

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Smurf Hunter:

--- Quote from: backwoods_engineer on September 09, 2014, 04:23:11 PM ---The gun was made in the 30's IIRC.

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...back when automobiles had generators with 6 volt positive ground wiring  :o

Carl:

--- Quote from: Smurf Hunter on September 09, 2014, 04:26:50 PM ---...back when automobiles had generators with 6 volt positive ground wiring  :o

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And milk came from a COW....

Cylon:
I dry fire my 303 every time i clear it and have never had a drama...

flippydidit:
Cylon, if your 303 is a Lee Enfield you should be fine.  If you had something like a 1903 with a two piece firing pin, your story would likely be much different and may include more swearing.

Cylon:
Hey flippy,

It's a savage No 4 Mk 1 (T) with a No 32 Mk 1 scope (yeah, I confess I'm a 303 fanboy)and it drops Roos every time! :D

Sorry I got a little excited and off topic... I've pulled the firing mechanism apart one time (just to see how it worked) and that thing is just stupidly over engineered. :)

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