Dry Fire Ruger Security 9

Discussion in 'Announcements & Support' started by brew80, Jul 13, 2018.

  1. brew80

    brew80 New Member

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    I have read through the manual several times and see nothing about dry firing. Does anyone know if you can dry fire a Ruger Security 9?
     
  2. Magnum.357

    Magnum.357 Active Member

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    You can dry fire as many time as you want. You can also use snap caps, I use the plastic insert that come with it. It is the plastic empty cylinder indicator.
     
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  3. brew80

    brew80 New Member

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    Thanks!!!
     
  4. rugertoter

    rugertoter Active Member

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    I don't do much dry fire of mine. I find the trigger is pretty good on this pistol, and don't really feel I need that much dry fire practice with it.

    As stated above, snap caps are a cheap investment.