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  1. General 1911 talk
    With the cost of ammo, there is a lot of talk about dry fire, some say it’s ok, some not, which one is it for a 2011 Staccato
  2. Beginner's Corner
    This has bothered me for a while. Living in a Northern state, shooting is a near impossibility in the winter months. Dry fire is the go to operation during this time. When I see instructional videos of some of the popular instructors/shooters, I pretty much see them all rack the slide to cock...
  3. General 1911 talk
    So I’m a new 1911 guy and very interested in the many varieties of your dry fire setup. Please share yours if you will. I’ve come across none, o-rings, ear plugs, snap caps. I’m liking the O-ring idea as I can hang it on a nail when I go back to condition 1 and see the O ring on my way out of...
  4. Beginner's Corner
    I have not had a ND or anything, but today I took my Auto Ordnance 1911 apart to swap out the hammer. When I reassembled everything I placed the safety on to test it, and when I pulled the trigger the hammer dropped and the safety disengaged. I disassembled the gun, and what the issue seemed to...
  5. General 1911 talk
    On one of the other channels there is a new thread on Dry Firing 1911's. There are some interesting comments. All say it is okay. I searched 1911 Addicts but saw no thread related to this. First let me say I have been handling, shooting, and carrying 1911's since the 1970's. I have had the...
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