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I understand that some centerfire pistols and not recommended for dry fire without snap caps. Is the Thunder 380 one of these, or is it ok to dry fire practice with no snap cap? Thanks.
 

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I understand that some centerfire pistols and not recommended for dry fire without snap caps. Is the Thunder 380 one of these, or is it ok to dry fire practice with no snap cap? Thanks.
Better to use Snap Caps, IMO.
 

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I use snap caps in almost all of my firearms...( except rimfires, of course ) when dryfiring.

Just makes good sense...
 

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My LGS has let me dry fire the Bersa many of times. He had said that this is probably one of the few pieces that it won't really hurt it. I do however agree that a snap cap is ideal if you have one. :D
 
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