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http://www.dillonprecision.com/#/content/p/9/pid/25790/catid/32/SWSA_Glock_Dry_Firing_Kit

Nothing beats firing off real rounds, but dry firing still helps with trigger skills and general gun handling. With that thought I've been looking for a way to get a good trigger feel without having to cycle the slide after every dry fire.

I came across this product. Anyone have any experience with it? Or what about the red Glocks that are used for training?
 

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Interesting... It looks like they chopped off the back of the cruciform to keep it from firing... I guess the red tab lets you know you have a non firing trigger in the gun...

The red Glocks are LEO only, best as I know...
 

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Also it looks like the trigger bar is missing that vertical tab, so the firing pin safety can't be depressed. Definitely interesting.

I learned that DP is only the distributor. Looks like the original trigger assembly is through this place: http://www.southwestshootingauthority.com/612600.html

I just ordered one since it seems more legit for a non-LEO like me to own this, instead of a red Glock. Will post a report after I get it and use it.

-PC
 

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I saw it listed in the Blue press but didn't pay too much attention to it. I guess it would work ok enough.
 

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Also it looks like the trigger bar is missing that vertical tab, so the firing pin safety can't be depressed. Definitely interesting.

I learned that DP is only the distributor. Looks like the original trigger assembly is through this place: http://www.southwestshootingauthority.com/612600.html

I just ordered one since it seems more legit for a non-LEO like me to own this, instead of a red Glock. Will post a report after I get it and use it.

-PC
It will be interesting to see how close it feels to a normal dry-fire trigger pull...

Hope it works out for you...
 
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