I want to say (i.e. I could be wrong) that my M9 manual also says it can't be dry fired.Zeus said:When I had a Ruger SR9 they said definately don't dry fire the gun due to damage. It's in the manual. That's the only gun I ever saw that said that officially.
The SIG manual clearly states that you should conduct the function check after reassembling the rifle, which means that you will be dry firing the rifle.rainman74 said:There is nothing in the wonderful manual Sig published for the 556 regarding dry firing.
I have read the thread on the glock trigger before and there is a lot of very good info there.
I called Sig CS about the manual and was told there would be a new one in the near future. The rep ask me to give him my address and he would send one out as soon as it was available.
7.2. Function Check
The function check described below should be performed
whenever the rifle is disassembled and reassembled, or whenever
proper function of the rifle is suspect.
1. Unload weapon (see section 5.0) â€“ visually and physically
check to ensure the rifle is clear of all ammunition;
2. Place the safety lever in the â€œSâ€