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Old 05-10-2018, 06:52 PM
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Do you need snap caps in a Shield .380 to dry fire? Do you need snap caps in a Shield .380 to dry fire? Do you need snap caps in a Shield .380 to dry fire? Do you need snap caps in a Shield .380 to dry fire? Do you need snap caps in a Shield .380 to dry fire?  
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Default Do you need snap caps in a Shield .380 to dry fire?

Being a long time revolver guy I always used snap caps for dry fire training. Now that I have a .380 Shield EZ, my first semi auto should I order some .380 snap caps for dry fire training or can you dry fire a Shield without any damage?
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Do you need snap caps in a Shield .380 to dry fire? Do you need snap caps in a Shield .380 to dry fire? Do you need snap caps in a Shield .380 to dry fire? Do you need snap caps in a Shield .380 to dry fire? Do you need snap caps in a Shield .380 to dry fire?  
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Being a long time revolver guy I always used snap caps for dry fire training. Now that I have a .380 Shield EZ, my first semi auto should I order some .380 snap caps for dry fire training or can you dry fire a Shield without any damage?
From S&W FAQ's

Q: Can I dry fire my Smith & Wesson?

A: Yes, except for the .22 caliber pistols which includes models 22A, 22S, 422, 2206, 2214, 2213 and 41.

.22 caliber revolvers such as models 17, 43, 63, 317 and 617 also should not be dry fired.
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