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What I've heard from the friendly neighbour gun dealer is that when you dry fire the firing pin goes forward and does not have a primer or a snap cap to stop on. So it stops against whatever is in the way. This causes more than usual wear n' tear. It shouldnt harm the gun but your firing pin's life (and/or springs and what not) will be somewhat reduced.
 
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