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Old June 18th, 2009, 22:53   #9
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Originally Posted by Steven View Post
Dry-firing is not really "bad" for your gun, it's jsut not good for it.
One of our resident engineers, MadMax, would strongly disagree with that statement. His experience is that dry firing places a significantly higher amount of stress on the mechbox than firing a loaded gun. So it is "bad" for the gun.
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