[B]FIRST REPLY:[/B] All the dry firing in the world will NOT teach you the proper way to manipulate a Glock trigger. You need to use live ammunition. A typical beginner's drill goes something like this:
1. Go to the range, and work at 7.5 yards.
2. Aim at a large (B-27, or standard-size IDPA) target.
3. Take up the, 'front end slack' in the trigger.
4. PRESS through the trigger break.
5. While you're learning,...