While reassembling my P238 after installing an aluminum GrayGuns straight trigger, I foolishly succeeded in allowing the hammer to snap - effectively dry firing the pistol with the slide removed from the receiver. I know this is generally a bad practice though I would be less concerned if this were a steel framed model. Visually, I don't see any damage. What hidden damage (if any) may I have caused? Thanks.
Also. Bruce's P238/P938 straight trigger is a very welcome upgrade for those of us who experience finger pinching with the factory serrated trigger.
GrayGuns Straight Trigger installed in P238
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Doing it once or twice should not harm any firearm. As you are well aware, it should be avoided as much as possible. I would not worry about your P238.
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