Other than tying a string to the slide and yanking it between shots to re-set the striker, what can be done to make a Glock dry-fire like a revolver?
I've seen and handled one of those laser dry-fire modules, but don't want to spend the big bucks (*surprise, surprise*) on more training goodies than I need right now.
Seems like some sorta trigger return spring and a way of keeping the striker from going fully forward might do the trick.
Any clues, friends?
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