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Old June 19th, 2009, 19:37   #16
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What kind of dry firing are we talking about here, one or two shots after an empty mag, or to ease springs, or sitting on the couch and playing along with Blackhawk Down?
If it's the test I'm thinking of, I think the conclusion was that a couple of dry fires at the end of an empty mag will not have noticable detrimental effects, but repeated dry firing causes undo wear and strain.
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Old June 19th, 2009, 19:48   #17
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What kind of dry firing are we talking about here, one or two shots after an empty mag, or to ease springs, or sitting on the couch and playing along with Blackhawk Down?
both are bad for gun, but one or 2 shots after your done shooting is nothing really, think of it this way, every dry fire shot is as much damage as 100 regular shots. so a shot or 2 to relieve spring tension is no more that shooting the gun loaded for awhile, dry firing all night while chairsofting will be a years worth of use in damage in one night.
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Old June 20th, 2009, 12:31   #18
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so it can really ruin the gun... why would anyone sit there dry firing their gun? and yes, the broxa is 100% pro part upgradable, i was considering a sorbo pad as sort of preventative maintenace
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Old June 20th, 2009, 12:55   #19
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the broxa is 100% pro part upgradable
Well, the tolerances are off in a few places, so not all parts will fit perfectly.
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Old June 20th, 2009, 21:25   #20
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any way to make sure they will b4 i buy em?
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Old June 21st, 2009, 20:47   #21
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If buying them online, email the company and ask if the part is compatible with your Aftermath Broxa.

If buying locally, bring your gun and in see if it fits and works. Or ask the clerk at the store.

Or... just search the forums here.
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If buying them online, email the company and ask if the part is compatible with your Aftermath Broxa.
they'll more than likely not know or say it works to make the sale.


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If buying locally, bring your gun and in see if it fits and works. Or ask the clerk at the store.

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so your saying people should let you install internal parts into your gun and then test them (makeing them used) before paying?
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Old June 22nd, 2009, 00:16   #23
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Hes talking about a mag. A mag isnt internal. A mag is external. Therefore, he could easily just pop the mag in and see if it fits.
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Hes talking about a mag. A mag isnt internal. A mag is external. Therefore, he could easily just pop the mag in and see if it fits.
read through the thread, at this point the topic is internal parts.
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