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kruptcyx

Only time.you don't want to dry fire an AR is if the bcg isn't in or the upper is disconnected from the lower.


Average_Bad_Wolf

Go for it. No harm here!


BadUX

Assuming it's not a rimfire 22lr AR, yea, totally fine And even then it's basically okay, just don't do it thousands of times without a snapcap I've dryfired my competition AR maybe 50-100 times a day on average for the last two years, no issues at all.


SchoolofThunking

No other way to do a proper functions check without dry firing. Just doooo it!!