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
If you dry fire for "just the trigger pull", you are not properly dry firing. Dry firing is the very best way to improve your accuracy and proficiency with a weapon. The benefits exceed live fire by a long shot.
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