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After reading the p380 owners manual, the directions for safely unloading the gun state that after removing the mag and checking the chamber, you simply point in a safe direction and dry fire. Will this damage the gun in time, or has Kahr created a pistol that can be dry fired with no ill effects? Opinions? I did a forum search on dry firing and did not find much opinion. This Newbie would like to hear from you folks about this. Thank you all.

BTW- I'm from Ohio and just received the Sunday flier from Vance Shooters Supply and Buckeye Outdoors. They have p380's on sale right now for $539. I got mine there for the same price in November. If anyone lives close that's a nice price.

http://vanceoutdoors.com/
 

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After reading the p380 owners manual, the directions for safely unloading the gun state that after removing the mag and checking the chamber, you simply point in a safe direction and dry fire. Will this damage the gun in time, or has Kahr created a pistol that can be dry fired with no ill effects? Opinions? I did a forum search on dry firing and did not find much opinion. This Newbie would like to hear from you folks about this. Thank you all.

BTW- I'm from Ohio and just received the Sunday flier from Vance Shooters Supply and Buckeye Outdoors. They have p380's on sale right now for $539. I got mine there for the same price in November. If anyone lives close that's a nice price.

http://vanceoutdoors.com/
striker fired guns can be dry fired. so dry fire away. If ur gonna practice trigger discipling, I have always errored on the side of caution, so I use snap caps. also a damn good training device. to throw a half dozen snap caps in with a half box of 380 range ammo and let someone else load the magazines I can assure you, snap caps that way will show you your shooting errors very easily.
 
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