I have just purchased an 1851 Colt Navy. I have a Taylor & Co cartridge conversion cylinder to shoot Cowboy Action ammo. I know you aren't supposed to dry fire these guns, but I can't get to a range very often. What I would like to do is use the original cap & ball cylinder for dry firing exercises. My question is, will anything other than the stock nipples be damaged if I do this? Will I hurt the action, internal components, the hammer, or anything except the cylinder that I do not plan to shoot with?