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Yes it will as long as it's the 45 not the 22. And no you don't need to rack just cock the hammer each time and use a snap cap so you don't damage the firing pin
By greek on April 27, 2014
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You can use anything for a target. It just shoots a laser light out for about 1/2 second. Where the light hits is where your point of aim is when you pulled the trigger.
By Amazon Customer on November 28, 2014
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It only emits a short burst of laser when you pull trigger. Not too practical for bore sighting.
By DevilDog on April 12, 2014
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It most assuredly fits a .357.
By Alan R. Graves on August 12, 2014
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I have about a 40 foot distance down a hall way. As with any practice I use it for drawing and aquire the target. like anything else point of impact will need to be adjusted. Side bar there was an austin PD that made a one shot hit at 312 ft with an m&p 40
By Mark on December 30, 2014
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On most center fire firearms it does not hurt to dry fire. Many .22 LR's, however, will hit the rim and mash it in, so check the manual on .22's to see if it's ok.
By Roy G Ramey on January 2, 2014
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Yes
By greek on November 20, 2014
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I would think it depends on the shooter; a revolver fires as fast as you can pull the trigger, but a semiautomatic pistol in double action does the same. If your gun is single action only, you'd need to pull the hammer back before each shot, which would likely slow you down a little. Either way, the difference would be… see more I would think it depends on the shooter; a revolver fires as fast as you can pull the trigger, but a semiautomatic pistol in double action does the same. If your gun is single action only, you'd need to pull the hammer back before each shot, which would likely slow you down a little. Either way, the difference would be small. I hope this helps. see less
By Amazon Customer on July 29, 2015
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I concur with D.Grubbs andMary Matthes
By Ricardo C. Fernandez on July 31, 2015
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You'll need to rack it.
By consul 1 on March 19, 2017