do they make them , or was i dreaming when i saw an ad for them?? ok a quick trip to google cleared that question.. so moving on, who has one... and what do you think?????
OK, I install a snap cap. (some think you don't need it on a Glock but I think I do.) I pull the slide back about an inch. That resets the trigger but doesn't eject the cap. Then I "fire," and slowly release and reset the trigger. Repeat. I can practice drawing and acquiring sights, releasing slide, etc. without ammo.I got the conversion unit because I wanted to practice trigger reset on the Glock. I would agree a separate pistol can be another option if you are not specifically wanting to train with Glock handling, trigger manipulation, drawing from defense holster, etc... I now plink with a Ruger 22/45 whiich my wife loves and will never let me get rid of...
Thanks Mike, will do.I do the snap caps in my Glock also but it is not the same as live fire. Granted it is only a .22 but it has a pretty good snap to it. With every shot I have to acquire the target and reset the trigger. I can shoot 500 rounds through my carry gun for cheap. That is a lot of muscle memory and I have found out I don't switch guns (and keep any consistency) very well. My 1911 will not shoot with the safety on no matter how hard I pull the trigger, then when I switch to the Glock if I don't feel the thumb safety it throws me off and switching to the Beretta, the trigger pulls fine but with the decocker still on it will not fire no matter how many trigger pulls I do. None of my .22's even come close to the feel of the Glock. So it boils down to lots and lots of live fire muscle memory with my carry gun for cheap = priceless.
Gunner, If you ever want to give it a try, let me know.