what is the damage that can be caused by dry firing the revolver alot of times? is it just the chamber?
ALL TRUE.Good to hear your gun is "up and running", gun runner.
As far as dry fireing it, I have a Ruger single six that I accidently dry fired and one time is all it took. Put a nice dent into the outters of the cylinder rim, like a burr.
I loaned the gun out one time to a person I thought that would know better about dry firing the revolver and it came back with about all 6 cylinders pinged up!
Emty caseings are ok to use, and like said above, rotate every time. I keep a bunch of emty .22 caseings areound for just such practice.