This is a discussion on Dry firing will damage your firearm beyond repair... within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; ... And damaged firearms are dangerous. Colt Pythons, Garands, and Pre-WWII 1911s are especially susceptible. So, as a service to DC members, if you have ...
... And damaged firearms are dangerous. Colt Pythons, Garands, and Pre-WWII 1911s are especially susceptible.
So, as a service to DC members, if you have dry fired your firearm (even once!), please PM me. I will supply you with my FFL's info for you to ship it to me for proper disposition. Out of the generosity of my heart I will even cover the transfer fee.
I fire 'em with a new product called "MudFire" want to buy some?
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It's good to know that the fine folks on this forum are willing to risk life and limb to protect me. Do you also accept newer firearms? I dry fire all of my non-rimfire guns, so I really dont want them in the house anymore.
Once time I inadvertently allowed the slide to slam home on the empty chamber of one of my Colt 1911s.
God! I got so damn mad at myself when that happened!
I got such a sick feeling in my stomach when I heard that metallic metal to metal clank.
I have been afraid to fire it ever since that unfortunate incident happened.
Would it be possible for you to do me a huge favor and take that one also even though I have never dry-fired it?
I can include a holster and I would be willing to pay half the shipping and transfer costs.
Possibly you could scrap it for spare parts?
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I got an old tv (one with a tube). It has never been fired. You want it come and get it. I'll toss in 5 bucks.
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Moved to off topic & humor.
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Note: many 1911s are now shipped with that hole already in the bushing. Hard to believe they'd miss a hole more than a half inch in diameter, but it happens. I also take in factory defects like that.
From what I have heard is that Rugers are much more suitable to this kind damage, being a Ruger supporter means that I must offer to take these damaged firearms off of people's hands. I will of course pay for shipping and FFL transfer fees just to ensure that you are safe.
Only weapons I dryfire are my .22lr's... I figure it's less dangerous if a .22 blows up in my face rather than a big people's bullet.