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    Is it OK to dry-fire Bersa Thunder Pro 45 UC?

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    Welcome to the forum Kevin. The answer is yes... all Bersa and Firestorm pistols are safe to dry-fire, with the exception of the .22LR.

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    Super Moderator michael t's Avatar
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    Best to use snap caps if you dry fire any pistol.
    "Hokey religions and plastic glocks are no match for a good BERSA at your side, kid." Where Bersa & American Classic owners call home

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    Junior Member thrower's Avatar
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    Complete agreement with Michael. Definetely (please on behalf of your sidearm) use a snap cap.
    ‘‘The world is filled with violence. Because criminals carry guns, we decent law-abiding citizens should also have guns. Otherwise they will win and the decent people will lose.’’

    — James Earl Jones (go figure)

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    Senior Member bersatoter's Avatar
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    The use of snap caps is good. It keeps from having premature failure of the firing pin and related parts. You can pick them up at just about any gun store and also places like Gander Mountain and such. Whatever you do, do not dry fire a rimfire gun. I found that out a few years ago and had to send a Ruger Mark II back to Ruger to get the barrel replaced and had to go thru the paperwork again because it had to be re-serialized. A 130.00$ bill.

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