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I've also been told to never dryfire a rimfire. I would recommend checking the owner's manual to see what the manufacturer says. My remington .22 rifle said very clearly in the manual not to dryfire. If you need a manual you can probably download one from the manufacturers website. I don't worry too much about it with a centerfire but I don't know what the risk is.

El Padrino said:
I've also read several articles that recommended dry firing on a religious basis as a way to improving accuracy.
Is that to reduce flinching from anticipated recoil?
 

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El Padrino said:
From what I understand any pistol is fine to dry fire, excluding many revolvers. Although dry firing any firearm with snap caps would be prefered.
What is the danger specific to revolvers?
 
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