Re: Dry Firing
Those old Springfields are now collectable, good Mausers are, too. We thought we'd never run out of them, but we are. And, parts too, are getting harder and harder to find (those that aren't just rusty junk or just plain worn out, that is). Older firearms were not made of the same kind of steels or with the same technologies as those made today.
"Shoots real good!": definition; it didn't blow-up in my face. Not everything can be fixed on an internet forum!