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Dear all,

      What can you say about dry firing  P-99? Is it bad or does it really hurt the inside mechanism (say about 200 times a week).?
      I normally include dry fire practice during my holster draw exercise. Any inputs ?
 

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I have heard that its safe to dry fire a Walther. Personally I dry fire mine alot, recently I aquired a CZ75B which is not safe to dry fire. I went out a bought a couple of snap caps. If your really worried about breaking the firing pin/striker, just buy a few snap caps. They run about 5 bucks a pop, or make your own snap caps. Its pretty cheap.

Hope it helps

45R
 

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Thank you guys for the information and inputs. I visited P99 FAQ and found a lot of really good information about the pistol.
I guess I'll enjoy more my Euro P99 QPQ (9mm).


P99 QPQ
Para Ord.Limited 14-45
CZ-97B
Jericho 941 (9mm & .40 cal.)
Colt Gold Cup
Smith & Wesson 686P
 
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