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mp5a5ris
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OvermedicateD
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mp5a5ris
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Booligan
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I used my friends hfc and I think thats what I did too. I think thats all you can do. I wouldnt worry too much though as I store my clips with a small amt of gas in them anyway to preserve a closed seal which will be better for the clip (in your case the gun) in the long run. It's never really a good thing to continually dry fire your gun.
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abram
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and letting it out by pressing the button damages the seal because it releases too much at once
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newbatairsoft
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Yea you should always leave a little gas in the magazine.
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I would pick up some bb's and randomly shoot the gas out, dry fire will damage the gun.
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mp5a5ris
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SecretWeapon
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Fill the gun. Count the bb's before the gas runs out. Done.
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Booligan
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newbatairsoft
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Why is it okay for gas guns and not for aegs or some spring guns?
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tommyboy
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I heard that dry firing a GBB is still bad for the gun.
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^^ Honestly you should throw away your hearsay. If Booli says its fine to dry fire a GBB, its most likely fine.
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tommyboy
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Okay, whatever you say.
errr.. Should I say, whatever Booli says.
lol
I am kinda a newb with gbbs, i just got my first one, so don't consider any of my informtion on the subject as infallable.
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^^ Im not saying believe what ever Booli says, but just know that Booli is a well respected member of many airsoft communities. He knows his stuff.

Anyway, Back On Topic
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Dry fireing is not bad for a GBB, because it usese vale's insted of your firing pin, only you should lube your gun before and after you dry fire.
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tommyboy
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Sill dry firing effect the valve at all?
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tommyboy wrote:
Sill dry firing effect the valve at all?

No, as long as its lubed right.
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