Originally Posted by Kentucky_Guy
for me, personally, i dont see the need to repeatedly dry-fire a glock...since its the exact same trigger pull ever time....
but now on my Sig 229 when i had it, i dry fired the heck out of it with a snap cap to smooth out the trigger and get accustomed to the double action pull....
again, nothing wrong with dry firing a glock, just dont see the need for it
I agree with faawrenchbndr...dryfire is important for practice. It's been the single most important practice technique in improving my shooting.