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There will probably be some disagreement on this subject. But my thoughts are that you can't go wrong with some snap caps.

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I would use the snap caps..It's cheap insurance. For example, I also have 2 M&P's both with the older strikers that are known to break if you dry fire alot without snap caps..I've been using snap caps, probably a couple thousand dryfires, and guess what? No broken strikers,This alone really sold me on them. I also use them in my P-2000, like I said, it's cheap insurance.

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I've got an early HK USP in 9mm that's been dry fired for years and years (probably 6 digit dry-firings?) with no problem. Snap caps aren't bad things to own though, and if you're worried about it, snap caps can't hurt.

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Just few words of warning. Older uspc may have older firing pin that has since been changed to address some structural weakness, which may break with repeated dry firing.

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