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I'm not a Firestar expert.

That said, I don't believe it would hurt the pistol unless done repeatedly, as in dryfire practice. Most modern firearms can take dryfire to an extent and, while somewhat hard on them, I don't see it breaking the firing pin. However, I would carry a spare just in case.

I could be very wrong however. I'll defer to those who can give more than blanket answers. You might also contact the manufacturer.

Josh <><
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