I thought I would pose this as a subject of conversation and maybe provocative thinking and learning. I dry fire (myself) approx. 1-1/2 hours per day. I dry fire my full size SR1911, my Commander & my LW Commander. I found it helps with grip, shoulder muscle build, up and memory. Do you dry fire your weapons? Are they stryker or firing pin? Or do you dry fire your revolver, both single and double action. How about snap caps. Do you use them religiously? I found through experience (when I owned Glocks & don't now) that Glocks should have snap caps. I had a Mod26 gen 3 that experienced a crack in the breech face due to too much dry firing w/o snap caps. Glock used to say you don't need them, now the recommend them. How about rifle dry firing? Please relate your experiences and reasons and what weapons that you dry fire, if you do. Perhaps we may learn something and be able to pass it on to new shooters.