Keep going OP.............one thing about dry firing.....
When I went through basic training back in 1987.....before we ever went to the live fire range, we practiced dry firing with our M16s. We were in the prone position and the DIs put a washer balanced on the barrel. The goal was to pull the trigger and maintain the washer balanced on the barrel. If you can master that, then you can hold your point of aim.
Please read my 2nd post..#11. I clarified my statement. I didn't think that some people would not clear their Glock, or any other weapon, before disassembling it. As I stated in post #11, I'll be more clear in any other post.
Your simple miscommunication didn’t warrant the droning rant reply. As a simple Glock shooter, let me apologize.
I too have been “over educated” by a different “certified Glock trainer Armorer” on another forum who thought he had to enlighten me on the “Glock certified armorer training” he received when I made a post that the spell checker had incorrectly edited (not here).
Some folks love to over complicate an extremely simple, 20+ year old design that anyone with You Tube, basic mechanical skills, and a 3/32 punch can detail strip and reassemble in under an hour.