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    M&P Dry Fire?

    I have a M&P 9mm - love it. Can't wait for the Shield to be available. I've heard conflicting information about dry firing the M&P9. Is it OK or not? Same question for the Shield as well.

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    From Smith & Wesson's Website:

    FAQs - Smith & Wesson

    With that being said, if you plan to dry fire it 100's of times to tweek the trigger pull I would still invest in some snap caps. (Cheap Insurance)
    If you are concerned about occasionally drive firing than I would not worry about it. Remember S&W has a lifetime warranty. JHMO
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    Thanks RDLouks. Have a terrific day!

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    +1 on the snap caps !!!
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    If the time ever comes when you can't dry fire a center-fire S&W, without damage, I will stop buying them!

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    I dry fired my Sigma 40 a LOT, to get very used to the tougher trigger. After snapping the firing pin,
    I now use snap caps!
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